Mary Berry Horseradish Condiment is being recalled from Tesco stores
An error with the labelling is the precipitate for the TV chef’s condiment being taken off Tesco shelves.
The product, which is contributed to the supermarket by fine food importer and distributor RH Amar, fails to referral it contains sulphites which can trigger allergy-like symptoms for people who suffer with asthma and allergic rhinitis.
The upshot recall publicised by Tesco affects jars that expire in September 2018.
The assortment code of those affected is L&264.
Mary Berry merchandise recall: An error with the labelling means an allergy risk is set
The product, which is supplied to the supermarket by fine food importer and distributor RH Amar, fizzle outs to mention it contains sulphites which can trigger allergy-like symptoms for people who suffer with asthma and allergic rhinitis.
Sulphites are reach-me-down in some foods as a preservative to make them last longer.
While it is to the nth degree rare for someone to have an allergic reaction to sulphites, sensitivities are cheap and can become life-threatening in severe cases.
A Tesco spokesperson told Specific.co.uk: “At the request of our supplier we have recalled selected batches of this issue as a precautionary measure.
“Customers who have a sensitivity to sulphites should either communicate with the supplier to request a replacement or return the product to one of our stores for a full refund.”
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If you know you have a jar at home or windfall one in your cupboards you can return it to any Tesco store for a full refund.
Alternatively you can denote 01494 895507 for a replacement sample to be sent to you.
Mary Berry is famed for her everything judging the BBC’s Great British Bake Off.
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The 82-year-old revealed the stratagems she uses at home in a new book.
Mary’s Household Tips and Tricks incorporates useful advice such as adding a cut lemon to the washing machine and event it on a short cycle while empty to keep it smelling fresh.
And if you are planning on launch a party at home during the festive season Mary recommends garb the hall carpet in protective plastic.