M&S issues urgent warning food item poses ‘possible health risk’
Image: Derbyshire Times The photo captures M&S situated at Ravenside retail park in Chesterfield.
M&S has urgently called back one of their pre-packaged sandwiches as it failed to disclose the inclusion of an allergen. The Food Standards Agency has issued a recall for M&S' Plant Kitchen No Chicken and Chorizo Sandwich due to the absence of egg declaration on its label.
According to information found on the website of the Food Standards Agency, this implies that the item in question may pose a potential hazard to individuals who have an allergic reaction or intolerance towards eggs. If a product exhibits an issue that renders it unsuitable for sale, the Food Standards Agency initiates a recall.
Customers who have purchased the item and suffer from an egg allergy or intolerance are recommended to refrain from consuming it. Instead, kindly return the product to the closest store to receive a complete reimbursement.
The batch impacted bears a consumption deadline of September 6, 2023.