A sausage BATCH is being recalled due to an incorrect use-by date on the packaging.
The affected Denny Gold Medal’s 16 Skinless Pork Sausage was sold in stores around the country.
The Irish Food Safety Authority said: “Denny is recalling the above batch of 16 Skinless Pork Sausages due to the incorrect use of date printed on a small number of packages.
“Exact use date is December 29, 2021.
“Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores provided with the relevant batch.”
The product, packing size 454g, has an incorrect expiry date of January 29, 2022.
Last week, some Icelandic lots Sliced chicken breast has been recalled due to pesticide contamination.
The illegal pesticide ethylene oxide is not authorized for use in food sold in the EU.
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Specifically, certain batches of Icelandic Spicy & Spicy & Sweet Chicken Breast Slices are being recalled.
The Food Safety Authority says that while ethylene oxide does not pose a health hazard when consumed, health problems can occur if consumed for long periods of time.
The warning applies to 115g Icelandic Spicy & Spicy Chicken Breast slices with an expiry date of 20 and 21 December and 115g lots of sweet peppers with a expiry date of December 20.
FSAI The listed lots of Icelandic Spicy & Spicy Chicken Breast Slices and Iceland Sweet Chili Chicken Breast Slices listed are being recalled for containing the illegal pesticide ethylene oxide.
“This pesticide is not authorized for use in food sold in the EU.
“Although the consumption of contaminated products does not pose an acute health hazard, there can be health problems with continued consumption of ethylene oxide over a long period of time.”
They added: “Therefore, exposure to this substance should be minimized.
“Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in Icelandic stores in Ireland.”
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