Irish Food Products Recalled

According to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland’s website; Glanbia have recalled a number of products from their Avonmore fresh soup range. The recall is due to the possible presence of small pieces of blue plastic in the product.

The possible affected Soup brands affected carry the best before dates October 5th 2018 and October 8th, 2018.

Warning notices to customers have been posted notably in the Stores of Tesco and Dunnes.

The Avonmore products recalled include 400g units of Low Fat Med Veg, Button Mushroom, Potato & Leek, Tomato & Basil, Winter Veg with Creme Fraiche, Mixed Veg, Cream of Chicken and Chicken & Veg, as well as the 700g Farmer’s Choice Mix Veg and 1 kilogram Chicken and Veg; while a ‘Closure Order’ has been served on Baby Pure Water Ltd. Products affected are Pure Water and Baby Pure Water; all pack sizes.

Recall of Pure Water and Baby Pure Water.
Meanwhile, products manufactured by Baby Pure Water Ltd. operating at Ardbraccan, Navan, Co. Meath are also the subject of a recall. Same is owing to insufficient controls at the companies production site.

A Closure Order, under S.I. No. 117/2010 EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulation 2010, was served on the food business operator, by the Health Service Executive (HSE) at their Ardbraccan, Navan, Co. Meath site, for non-compliances under food legislation.

A Prohibition Order was also issued by the HSE in respect of all bottled water produced to date by Baby Pure Ltd.

In all cases customers are requested to check, and where appropriate, to return these products to the store where they were previously purchased.


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