UK Supermarket Recalls Vegan Products Over Cow's Milk Contamination Fears
Supermarket chain Iceland is recalling a number of products marked as suitable for vegans over fears they could contain cow’s milk.
A number of products from the dairy-free NO CHEESE range may have been contaminated, and could pose a serious health risk to allergy sufferers.
“Iceland is recalling NO CHEESE products because they may contain milk which is not mentioned on the labels,” said the supermarket.
“This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.”
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Recalled Vegan Products
The products that may have been affected are:
- NO CHEESE 2 Cheese and Onion Pasties
- NO CHEESE Houmous Style Sauce Pizza
- NO CHEESE Mediterranean Garden Pizza
- NO CHEESE Italian Garden Pizza
- NO CHEESE Houmous Pizza
- NO CHEESE Macaroni Cheese
Customers can return any of these products to Iceland for a full refund.
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Tags: allergy risk, Cross Contamination, dairy milk, Iceland, NO CHEESE, product labelling, UK supermarket, vegan products