Residents warned of allergy alert


Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 06, 2019 02:37:20 PM


Rotherham Council is asking residents to be aware of an allergy alert
issued by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

Consumers are being notified of the recall for ASDA own brand Sweet
Potato & Red Chilli Soup because it contains mustard which is not
mentioned on the label and may cause a potential health risk for anyone
with a mustard allergy.

Tom Smith, Rotherham Council’s Assistant Director for Community Safety
and Street Scene, said: “We would advise local residents who may be
affected by this to check the information on the FSA website which gives
details of the product and specific batch affected.

“If you have bought this product, and the person it is intended for has
an allergy to mustard, do not eat it – please return it to the store
where you bought it for a full refund.”

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