Supermarkets issue recalls for frozen food products in possible listeria scare

PUBLISHED: 01:33 07 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:57 07 July 2018

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Lidl, Aldi, Sainsbury’s, Iceland, and Tesco have all had to recall frozen products containing sweetcorn after a supplier warned of possible listeria contamination. See here for the full product list.

The supermarket giants have each issued product recalls as a precautionary measure after suppliers warned of the possible presence of listeria.

Consumers are warned not to eat these foods and return them for a full refund.

As of July 7, the current full list of product recalls by supermarket is:

Sainsbury’s (all date codes)

by Sainsbury’s Carrots, Broccoli & Sweetcorn microwaveable steam bags 4 x 135g

by Sainsbury’s Mixed Vegetables 1kg

by Sainsbury’s Mixed Special Vegetables 1kg

by Sainsbury’s White Rice, Broccoli, Sweetcorn & Peas Microwaveable Steam Bags 4 x 135g

basics Mixed Vegetables 1kg

Aldi:

Four Seasons Premium Steam Bags 640g Carrot, broccoli and sweetcorn

Four Seasons Premium Steam Bags 640g Carrot, peas and sweetcorn

Lidl:

Freshona Mixed Vegetables

Green Grocers / Freshona Superweet Corn

Green Grocers Golden Vegetable Rice

Green Grocers / Freshona 4 Single Steam Pouches

Iceland (all date codes between January and June 2020 inclusive):

Iceland Mixed Vegetables 900g

Tesco (all dates up to and including January 2020)

Tesco 4 Steam Bags Carrot, Broccoli & Sweetcorn, 640g

Tesco 4 Steam Bags Peas, broccoli, spinach & sweetcorn 640g

Tesco 4 Growers Harvest Steam Bags Carrot, Peas & Sweetcorn 640g

Tesco Mixed Vegetables with Red peppers 1kg

Tesco Sweetcorn (Resealable) 1kg

Tesco Classic Mixed Vegetables (Resealable) 1kg

Tesco Growers Harvest Sweetcorn 907g

Tesco Growers Harvest Mixed Vegetables 1.16kg

Tesco Everyday Value Sweetcorn 907g

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