The Food Authority has issued an allergen alert for a batch of McDonald’s Sweet’N’Sour Dip.
The popular dip, which is sold alongside some of the chain’s menu items, has been sold around the country.
Mustard has been used as an ingredient in several dip packs but is not stated in the ingredient list.
The recalled soaking water is 25 ml in size and has a best before date of February 23, 2022.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said: “Some packages in the batch of McDonald’s Sweet’N’Sour Dip contained mustard that was not listed on the ingredients list.
“This could make the affected batch unsafe for consumers with a mustard allergy or intolerance. Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in all McDonald’s restaurants. “
About 89 stores of the US fast food chain McDonald’s, based in Ireland, offer sit-and-drive service to customers.
The restaurant became famous after arriving in Ireland in 1977 with its busiest location in the country, located on Grafton Street in the center of Dublin.
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Meanwhile, Lidl recalled a popular instant noodle products due to the presence of the illegal pesticide ethylene oxide.
This pesticide is not authorized for use in food sold in the EU.
The store is recalling a 100g pack of Newgate Express Chicken Flavor Instant Noodles.
Best affected lot before 08/08/2022.
According to the Irish Food Safety Authority (FSAI), although the consumption of contaminated product does not pose an acute health hazard, there can be health problems if ethylene oxide is continued for a long time.
Exposure to this substance should be minimized.
Point of sale recall The message will be displayed in the Lidl store provided with the associated batch.
The above batch of Newgate Express Chicken Flavor instant noodles is being recalled because it contains the illegal pesticide ethylene oxide.
“This pesticide is not authorized for use in food sold in the EU. Although the consumption of contaminated produce does not pose an acute health hazard, health problems may be present if continued. continue to consume ethylene oxide for a long time.
“Therefore, it is necessary to minimize exposure to this substance. Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in Lidl stores provided with the batch concerned.”
https://www.thesun.ie/news/7992608/allergen-warning-mcdonalds-sweet-sour-dip/ An urgent allergen warning is in place for lots of McDonald’s Sweet’N’Sour Dip sold across Ireland