Marks & Spencer issues urgent food recall over serious allergy fears - do ...

MARKS & SPENCER - the British supermarket chain - has issued an urgent food recall warning after a product was found to have allergens not listed on the label. Do you have the affected item?

PUBLISHED: 07:10, Mon, Mar 2, 2020 | UPDATED: 07:39, Mon, Mar 2, 2020

The British supermarket chain, Marks & Spencer, has issued an urgent recall on an own-brand product stocked in their stores due to allergy fears. Those who have been shopping in-store or online who may be allergic are being urged to check their fridge and freezers for the affected item.

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M&S Chicken Bites

A food recall was issued for Marks & Spencer’s M&S Chicken Bites product as the items may contain egg which is not mentioned on the label.

The Food Standard Agency (FSA) warned: “Marks & Spencer is recalling M&S Chicken Bites because they contain egg which is not mentioned on the label.

“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg.”

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Marks & Spencer food recall: Urgent warning issued over allergy fearsMarks & Spencer in urgent food recall after finding products mislabelled - allergy warning (Image: GETTY IMAGES)

Marks & Spencer food recall: Urgent warning issued over allergy fearsThe British supermarket chain, Marks & Spencer, has issued an urgent recall on an own-brand product stocked in their stores due to allergy fears (Image: FSA)

A statement on the FSA website reads: “If you have bought the listed product [M&S Chicken Bites] and have an allergy or intolerance to egg do not eat it.

“Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”

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