A BATCH of beer is being recalled from stores in Ireland because the bottle label is not in English – and could be “unsafe” for celiac disease.
Six packs of Tequila-flavored Desperados Original Beer were sold in stores around the country.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said: “The outer packaging of Desperados Original Tequila Pack six was correctly labeled, however the individual bottle labels of the above batches were not in English.
“The product contains barley and this could therefore make the affected batches unsafe for consumers with an allergy or intolerance to grains containing gluten (barley).”
Lot number 1356528H with best product before December 2022 and lot code 1334528S with best product before November 2022 are being recalled.
Last month, a batch of water still flavored with SuperValu was delivered recalled due to reports of some of them being “unpalatable”.
The Food Safety Authority said the recall notice will be displayed at stores supplied with the batch in question.
The specific product recalled is SuperValu Still Lemon & Lime Spring Water; Package size: 500ml 6 packs.
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And the batch number is L21255, best before the end of June 2022.
The FSAI said: “SuperValu is recalling the above batch of Lemon & Lime Flavored Spring Water due to unpalatable taste.
“Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores provided with the relevant batch.”
It appears when the FSAI has issued the total 59 Execution command in 2021.
This is a 40% increase from 2020 and food safety bosses say the number will likely be just as high as businesses reopen after being closed for extended periods during the pandemic.
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