Aldi has been forced to recall packs of its breaded chicken steaks over allergy fears.
There was a mix up at the factory where the product is made and packaged. A number of the packs have been filled with chicken Kievs instead of plain breaded chicken steaks. So customers with a milk allergy have been warned not to consume the product, as there is no mention on the label of it containing milk.
The product recall applies to Aldi’s Ashfield Farm 505g packs of breaded chicken steaks, which cost £1.69 per pack.
If you have bought the product, and are allergic to milk, you are advised to return the pack to your nearest Aldi store for a full refund.
This recall follows a similar incident with Cadbury, who was forced to urgently recall one of its Christmas products after fears that they may contain undisclosed almonds due to a packing error.
The Dairy Milk Little Robins were recalled after The Food Standard Agency (FSA) warned that some of the packs have been found to contain Cadbury’s Daim versions of the chocolates due to a packing error. The Daim ones contains almonds, which could be a very serious health risk to people with nut allergies.
The Cadbury products impacted are batch code CIS3092812 and CIS3092822 with a best before the date of 31 March 2020.
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