Ireland This Irish food product has been recalled over safety fears

13:21  07 december  2017
13:21  07 december  2017 Source:   extra.ie

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Irish food safety chiefs have issued a number of urgent recalls at supermarkets over safety fears . The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has warned that the products may be dangerous for people to consume.

  This Irish food product has been recalled over safety fears

Food safety chiefs have issued an urgent safety alert over several Big Al’s products.

Big Al's chicken goujons contained milk and mustard. Pic: FSAI: big-als-allergen-issue-2 © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland big-als-allergen-issue-2 A number of Big Al’s chicken products may be dangerous to people with certain allergies, according to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.

Some batches of Big Al’s chicken chunks, chicken dippers and chicken goujons are on sale without a full list of ingredients published on the packaging of each.

Big Al's chicken chunks contained mustard that was undeclared. Pic: FSAI: big-als-allergen-issue-3 © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland big-als-allergen-issue-3 Mustard and milk are present in some of the batches of these products but are undeclared, making them extremely unsafe for people with certain allergies to consume.

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Big Al’s chicken goujons 400g packs, with a price mark of €3.95 and best before date of December 2018 were found to have undeclared milk and mustard inside.

Of this product the FSAI said: ‘Mustard and Milk were undeclared on the label of the above batch of Big Al’s Chicken Goujons (price marked).

Big Al's chicken dippers contained undeclared mustard. Pic: FSAI: big-als-allergen-issue © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland big-als-allergen-issue ‘This may make the batch unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant of mustard and/or milk and their constituents.’

Big Al’s chicken chunks 377g packs, with a price mark of €3.95, or without a price mark and with best before dates of November 2018, January 2019 and February 2019 were found to have undeclared mustard in them.

The chicken dippers 378g pack with no price mark and a best before date of October 2018 also had undeclared mustard present.

On those two products, the FSAI also said: ‘Mustard was undeclared on the labels of the below batches of Big Al’s Chicken Chunks and Chicken Dippers.

‘This may make the implicated batches unsafe for consumers who are allergic to or intolerant of mustard or its constituents.’

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