Lidl, Recall

Lidl, Recall

Lidl recalls ten flavours of baby food pouches as they may contain mould

Lidl recalls ten flavours of baby food pouches as they may contain mould

2/13/2020 12:00:00 PM

Lidl recalls ten flavours of baby food pouches as they may contain mould

LIDL has recalled pouches of baby food over fears they could contain mould and are unsafe to eat. The supermarket has pulled ten different flavours from their Lupilu organic baby food range. Shoppe…

8:56LIDL has recalled pouches of baby food over fears they could contain mould and are unsafe to eat.The supermarket has pulled ten different flavours from their Lupilu organic baby food range.1Here's all the Lupilu products that have been recalled from Lidl stores

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Shoppers who’ve bought one of the affected products are being urged not to give them to their baby.Instead, customers should return them to their neareststore for a full refund.In aposted on the supermarket's website, Lidl says customers won’t need a receipt to return the baby food.

Products from the Lupilu organic range that have beeninclude stage one fruit pouches, stage one fruit and veg pouches and stage one apple pouches.Lidl Lupilu organic baby food pouches recallCUSTOMERS are being advised to return the following products to their nearest Lidl store.

Lupilu Organic Baby Fruit Pouches, Stage One: All Variants, 120g (Apples & Strawberries; Bananas & Apples; Bananas & Peaches) -all batch numbers and best before datesLupilu Organic Baby Fruit & Veg Pouches, Stage One: All Variants, 120g (Apples, Carrots & Parsnips; Butternut Squash, Apples, Carrots & Prunes; Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Apples & Blueberries)

- all batch numbers and best before datesLupilu Organic Baby Apple Pouches, Stage One: Organic Apple, five x 90g- all batch numbers and best before datesLupilu Organic Baby Breakfast Pouches, Stage Two: All Variants, 100g (Banana Yoghurt with Oats & Rice; Banana, Blueberries & Rice; Mango Yoghurt with Oats & Rice)

- all batch numbers and best before datesStage two breakfast pouches have also been removed from shelves.The recall includes all batch numbers and best before dates for these products.No other Lupilu items have been pulled and are therefore safe to eat.

Lidl says recall notices will now be placed in all stores which sell the affected Lupilu range.The supermarket said: "Lidl GB is recalling the above mentioned products due to the potential presence of mould in the product."Lidl GB wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused."

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