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Irish Food Products Recalled Over Safety Fears

Two food products have been recalled by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.

Goatsbridge Trout Pâté – Recalled December 5th.
A batch of Goatsbridge Trout Pâté, (country of origin Ireland) is being recalled due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes has been implicated, within the past decade, as the causative organism in several serious outbreaks of food-borne disease.

Point-of-sale recall notices in the case of this product should be displayed in all retail outlets, which sold the implicated batch of pâté.

Big Al’s Chicken Chunks, Chicken Dippers & Chicken Goujons – Recalled December 6th.
A number of Big Al’s chicken products may be dangerous to people with certain allergies, according to the FSAI. The products include some batches of Big Al’s chicken chunks, chicken dippers and chicken goujons on sale without a full list of ingredients published on its packaging.

Big Al’s Chicken Goujons (400g packs), with a price mark of €3.95 and best before date of December 2018, were found to have undeclared milk and mustard constituents, thus making the batches unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant of mustard or milk.

Big Al’s Chicken Chunks (377g packs), and Chicken Dippers (378g packs), were also found to have undeclared mustard constituents.


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