Tesco, Aldi, Asda “Do not eat” warnings and product recalls

Asda, Tesco and Aldi are among the UK supermarkets that have put “do not eat” warnings on some of their products.

Food recalls have been issued in leading supermarkets for a variety of reasons, including undeclared ingredients and an outbreak of disease-causing bacteria.

We’ve rounded up the ongoing product recalls you should know about.

If you have purchased any of the items listed below, you need to be aware of these potential health risks.


Aldi recall

Aldi has recalled one of its products due to a packaging defect that posed a health hazard.

The supermarket is calling theirs back Bramwell’s Tartar Sauce because it contains sulphites that are not indicated on the label.

Bramwell’s Tartare Sauce labels were incorrectly placed on Bramwell’s Horseradish Sauce.

The error means the product poses a health risk to people with a sensitivity to sulfur dioxide or sulphites.

Bramwell’s Tartar Sauce

  • Pack size: 175g
  • Batch code: 2118
  • Best before date: April 2023

Tesco recall

Tesco has recalled some of its products as they may contain small pieces of metal.

The supermarket giant is recalling its Tesco Active strawberry flavored whey protein and Tesco Active chocolate fudge flavored whey protein over metal risk.

The recall affects the 500g packs of strawberry flavor with the best before dates May 31, 2024 and August 31, 2024.

Chocolate fudge flavored whey protein with a best before date of May 31, 2024 was also recalled.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued a “do not eat” warning.

Asda recall

Asda is issuing a precautionary recall of Asda White Lasagna Sauce due to a potential microbiological contamination risk due to a manufacturing defect.

The issue only affects products sold in Asda stores in the North West of England, North Midlands and North Wales.

Product Details:

Asda White Lasagna Sauce

Pack size: 480g

Best before: February 03, 2024

Ardo recall

The FSA, together with Ardo NV, is recalling the Ardo Fruitberry mix after hepatitis A was discovered in the product.

Symptoms caused by hepatitis A include fever, nausea, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, dark-colored urine, and jaundice.

Anyone who bought the product should not eat it but return it to the store for a full refund.

Product Details:

Ardo fruit berry mix

  • Pack size: 2.5 kg
  • Batch number: 58622131
  • Best before: May 2024

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