Undeclared allergens triggers sausage recall

Frohwein’s is recalling a selection of beef products due to undeclared allergens. 

The firm’s beef sausages, beef pickled brisket flat and beef pickled brisket rolled have been withdrawn as they contain mustard and soya or celery, which is not declared on the label. As a result, the products could pose a health risk for anyone who has an allergy to the mentioned ingredients.

The affected products are:

Product: Frohwein’s Beef Sausages
Pack size: varying weights
Use by dates: all dates from 4 August – 26 August 2017 (products can be frozen)
Allergens: mustard, soya

Product: Frohwein’s Beef Pickled Brisket Flat
Pack size: varying weights
Use by dates: all dates from 10 August – 31 August 2017 (products can be frozen)
Allergens: mustard, celery

Product: Frohwein’s Beef Pickled Brisket Rolled
Pack size: varying weights
Use by dates: all dates from 10 August – 31 August 2017 (products can be frozen)
Allergens: mustard, celery

If you have purchased the products and have an allergy to mustard, soya or celery, do not eat it but instead return it to the store of purchase for a full refund. Frohwein’s has also issued point-of-sale notices to its customers, explaining why they have been recalled and what to do if they have been purchased.

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