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    Friday, 18 November 2016

    ALDI Recalls Chinese Chicken Curry due to Unlabeled Milk


    Supermarket chain ALDI has recently put out a recall notice for its Chinese Chicken Curry with Egg Fried Rice.

    The chain was notified by their supplier that the product contains milk, which is not on the list of ingredients. This could cause a health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance towards milk or milk constituents.

    Given advice is to avoid eating the product if you have a milk allergy or intolerance. Alternatively, the product can be returned to the store where it was bought for a full refund.

    The FSA has advised ALDI to contact relevant allergy support organisations, which can then contact members about the recall. They will also have been advised to issue a point-of-sale notice to customers. These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product.


    Sam Franklin

    With a master’s in Literature, Sam inhales books and anything readable, spending his working hours reformulating the info he gathers into digestible articles. When not reading or writing, he likes to put his camera to work around the world, snapping street photography from Stockholm to Tokyo. Too much of this time spent in Japan teaching English has nurtured a weakness for sashimi, Japanese whisky, and robot cafés.
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