Tesco is recalling certain batches of its Tesco Chicken and Vegetable Cup soup with croutons priced at 80p. The product affected by the recall has a best before date of October 2023
Tesco has recalled batches of its own-brand soup over concerns it may contain pieces of metal.
The supermarket is pulling its Tesco chicken and vegetable cup soup with croutons priced at 80p.
The product affected by the recall has a best before date of October 2023 and a date code of 2098.
No other expiration dates are affected by the recall. The soup comes in a pack of five sachets and weighs 110g.
If you bought any of these products with the above date, Tesco has warned it could be dangerous to eat.
Buyers are advised to return the soup to their nearest store for a refund. You don’t need your receipt to get your money back.
In its recall notice, Tesco said: “We have been made aware that a date code from Tesco chicken and vegetable soup with croutons 110g cup may contain small pieces of metal.
“Please do not eat this product, instead return any affected product to the store for a full refund. No receipt is required.
“Tesco apologizes to our customers for the inconvenience caused. If you need more details, please contact customer service.”
Have you had problems returning a recalled product? Let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tesco customers can contact customer service on 0800 505 555.
This isn’t Tesco’s first recall this month. Just days ago, the supermarket asked shoppers to return certain packs of its Free From Digestive biscuits.
These too were recalled over fears they might contain metal.
The affected packages are 160g and have an end date of March 2023. No other date batches are affected.
The supermarket has also recalled a certain batch of Trewithen Dairy Unsalted Butter after some were found to contain “high levels” of E. coli bacteria.
The batch is Trewithen Dairy Unsalted Butter 250G with a best before date of 23rd May 2022 with batch code: G2 073.
Chocolate maker Fererro has also massively recalled several batches of Kinder eggs over fears they could be linked to a salmonella outbreak.
As a result, a children’s chocolate factory in Belgium had to close.
Children’s products have been recalled in the UK, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland and Luxembourg.
Customers who have purchased any of the recalled products are urged not to eat them.
Instead, contact Ferrero’s Consumer Helpline at Consumers.email@example.com or 0330 053 8943 in the UK.
Buyers will be offered a full refund, the chocolate maker said.
When a supermarket product is recalled, you usually don’t need a receipt to get your money back.
However, if a recall affects a branded product, the manufacturer is usually responsible for the recall.
You should also pay attention to recall notices in stores when they’ve pulled a product from the shelves.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/tesco-recalls-popular-brand-soup-26735117 Tesco is recalling popular own-brand soup over fears it may contain pieces of metal