LIDL has recalled a popular instant noodle product for containing 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.
Meanwhile, Dunnes Stores have recall a baby sleeping bag amid concerns about the risk of suffocation.
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Irish parents have been warned to stop using the Unicorn Sleep & Grow Baby Sleeping Bag immediately.
The Unicorn Sleep & Grow Baby 2.5 Tog with Serial Number 5099011588787 and Model Number 6454486 has been recalled.
The affected products were sold between August 2020 and May 2021.
A safety issue has been identified with a large open neck on the product, which may present a suffocation hazard.
There are approximately 4,480 products affected in the Republic of Ireland.
Parents who have purchased the product have been warned to discontinue use immediately.
The Competition and Consumer Commission “If you have purchased one of these products, you should immediately discontinue use and return the product to your local Dunnes Stores for a full refund.
“Customers can also contact Dunnes Stores customer care with questions at email@example.com. “
In the first day of this month, Aldi recalls a child holding from its stores out of concern that the straps could be damaged resulting in a fall hazard for children.
The voluntees recall applies to the Adventuridge Hiking Stroller sold in stores in Ireland.
A safety issue has been identified where a plastic disc that secures a child restraint to an adult’s shoulder and belt can fail, and as a result, children are less safe and may fall.
About 1,070 of the carriers were sold in Ireland.
Service provider will be returned to your local Aldi store for a full refund.
A CCPC statement said: “Aldi Stores (Ireland) Limited is implementing a voluntary recall of the Adventuridge Hiking Baby Carrier.
“A safety issue has been identified whereby a plastic washer that secures a child restraint to an adult’s shoulder and belt belt could fail, and as a result, children are less safe and may So far there have been no reports of injuries.
“There are about 1070 units sold in Ireland.
“If you believe you have purchased one of these products then you should stop using it immediately and return to your local Aldi store for a full refund.”
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