After a high-profile recall of the latest Guinness product soon after its recent launch, baby food and cheese have also been included in the list of potentially dangerous products that are being recalled to supermarkets.

Earlier this week, the beverage giant pulled thousands of cans out of its box Alcohol-free beer Due to concerns about mold contamination of the product.

Another big brand followed suit with popular baby food brand Aptamil urging parents to return some batches of pills, after some packages were found to contain small bits of plastic.

0.0 Guinness was recently recalled in the UK.

Supermarkets have also had to issue recall notices for proprietary products: At the end of last month, Aldi had to recall all batches of some Poppin ‘Chicken’ products after discovering they had been contaminated with salmonella, while Sainsbury summoned some batches of frozen cooked mussels over salmonella concerns .

Often times, products are withdrawn due to labeling problems which may put some allergic consumers at risk.

However, all of the products on this list have been called up with the most general “Food Alert” warning.

When a product is recalled, the Food Standards Agency shares details about what you should do if you purchased the item, as well as detailed information about why the product was being pulled off the shelves.

Here are the food alerts issued by the Food Standards Agency over the past month for products that remain in effect:

0.0% Guinness

Diageo Great Britain took the “precautionary step” by withdrawing a draft of 0.0% Guinness, (non-alcoholic), due to the possibility of mold in products.

Guinness Draft 0.0%
Package size440ml 6 x 4 jars
Best beforeAug 09 2021, Aug 17 2021, Aug 24, 2021

The FSA says: “This product may contain mold. Mold does not usually cause food poisoning, however, the FSA advises against eating foods clearly moldy because the presence of mold may make the food unsafe.”

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“If you purchased the above product, do not consume it. Instead, return it to the store it was purchased from, for a full refund. Alternatively, contact Diageo Consumer Service at 0345 601 4558 or consumer [email protected]

Aptamil banana beans and berries

Nutricia reminds Aptamil Multigrain Banana and Berry 7+ months old pills because they may contain small pieces of blue plastic.

Aptamil Multigrain Banana and Berry cereal 7+ months
Package size200 grams
Best before07 July 2021

The Financial Supervisory Authority says: “The presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat.

“If you bought the above product, do not feed it to your baby. Instead, return it to the store you bought it from, with or without receipt, for a full refund. Or call Aptamil careline at 0800 996 1000 or https://www.aptaclub.co .uk / contact-aptaclub “

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Petinoeif goat cheese

Bettinehoeve has taken a “precautionary step” to remember ripe Bettine goat cheese, Bettine Blanc ripe goat cheese, Bettine BIO Blanc ripe goat cheese, and Mediterani Goat Cheese Log because products may contain Listeria monocytogenes.

The products are sold at “various retailers” across the UK. Some products may have been sold in smaller unit sizes at retail counters than indicated below.

Ripe peten goat cheese
Product Code8712023011292
Package size200 grams
Best beforeAll dates are from 10/28/2020 until 12/30/2020
Peten Blanc Ripe Goat Cheese
Product Code8712023020089
Package size450 grams
Best beforeAll dates are from 10/28/2020 until 12/30/2020
Peten Blanc Ripe Goat Cheese
Product Code8712023011209 8712023001774 8712023020027 8712023000852 8712023000821 290020CWWWWWC 2885220WWWWWC
Package size1 kg
Best beforeAll dates are from 10/28/2020 until 12/30/2020
Petén Bio Blanc Ripe Goat Cheese
Product Code8712023014156
Package size1 kg
Best beforeAll dates are between 10/28/2020 and 12/30/2020
Medtrani Goat Cheese Log
Product Code3300064967 3300065579 3300065773 3300065812 3300066426 3300066741 3300067067
Package size1 kg
Best beforeAll dates are from 10/17/2020 until 11/21/2020
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The FSA says: “The products listed above may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

“Symptoms caused by this organism can be similar to the flu and include a high temperature, muscle pain or chills, feeling sick or sick and diarrhea.

“Some people are more likely to have a listeria infection, including those over the age of 65, pregnant women and their unborn babies, children younger than one month of age and people with weakened immune systems.

“If you bought the products mentioned above, do not eat them. Instead, return them to the store where they were purchased from for a full refund.”

Potters Herbals Barley Extract with Cod Liver Oil

Soho Florids UK Ltd calls Potter’s Herbals malt extract with cod liver oil because it may contain mold. The product has been sold at multiple retailers across the UK.

Potters Herbals Barley Extract with Cod Liver Oil
Package size650 grams
Batch code3M01134, 3M01136, 3M01137
Best beforeJanuary 31, 2023

The Financial Services Authority says: “This product may contain mold, which makes it unsafe for consumption.

“If you purchased the product above, do not consume it. Instead, return it to the store where it was purchased from for a refund or exchange.”

Mussels cooked in Sainsbury’s

Sainsbury’s remembers frozen by cooked Sainsbury’s mussels because salmonella was found in some of the products in this group.

With Cooked Sainsbury’s Mussels (frozen)
Package size300 grams
Batch code2653152
Best before08 Sep 2021

The FSA says the product’s risk is due to “the presence of salmonella in the product mentioned above.”

Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.

“If you buy any of the products mentioned above, don’t eat them. Instead, return them to the store you bought them from and get a full refund,” she adds.

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Aldi Roosters Southern Fried Poppin ‘Chicken Roosters

Aldi is expanding its recall of Roosters Southern Fried Poppin ‘Chicken and Roosters Poppin’ Chicken Breaded Poppin ‘to include all batches and best pre-dates, because products may contain salmonella.

Southern Roosters Fried Chicken
Package size210 grams
Batch codeAll
Best beforeAll
Rusk Chicken Roosters
Package size210 grams
Batch codeAll
Best beforeAll

The Financial Services Authority says: “The products mentioned above may be contaminated with salmonella.

Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.

“If you have purchased any of the products listed above, do not consume them. Instead, return them to the nearest Aldi store for a full refund.”

Simply ripe white liddl cheddar

Lidl GB reminds mature white cheddar cheese as it may contain bits of plastic. The possibility of the presence of plastic renders this product unsafe to eat.

Simply ripe white cheddar
Package size900 grams
Best beforeDecember 26, 2020

The Financial Services Authority says: “This product may contain plastic parts, making it unsafe to eat.

“If you bought the product above, don’t eat it. Instead, return it to the store where you bought it for a full refund.”

Lidl Collegran Sucralose Sweetener Tablets

Lidl GB mentions Cologran Sucralose Sweetener Tablets (Sucralose variant) because aspartame (E951) is not mentioned on the label. This means that the product represents a potential health risk for patients with phenylketonuria (PKU).

Collogran sucralose sweetener tablets
Package size300 tablets
Batch codeL 00083 A, L00083 B, L00149 A
Best beforeEnd dates: January 2023, February 2023

The FDA says: “This product contains aspartame (E951) (a source of phenylalanine) which makes it a health risk for patients with phenylketonuria (PKU).

“If you bought the above product and suffer from PKU, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the Lidl GB store it was purchased from and get a full refund.”