Food recall: Supermarket warning issued on instant noodles – ‘possible health risk’

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The food item has been recalled as they could cause a risk for those with allergies. The item is sold in Poundstretcher stores.

PRAN Easy Instant Noodle

Manufacturer Tees Ltd issued the warning as the product contains soya which is not mentioned on the ingredient list.

A statement said: “Tees Ltd is recalling PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodles Cups 60g (Beef Flavour, Chicken Flavour, Masala Flavour and Vegetable Flavour) due to it containing ‘soya’ which is not mentioned on the label.

“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to ‘soya’.”

PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodle Cup Special Chicken (Gusto Pollo) Flavour

Pack size 60g

Batch code All batches

Best before All dates

PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodle Cup Vegetable Flavour

Pack size 60g

Batch code All batches

Best before All dates

PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodle Cup Beef Flavour

Pack size 60g

Batch code All batches

Best before All dates

PRAN Noodles Easy Instant Noodle Cup Masala Flavour

Pack size 60g

Batch code All batches

Best before All dates

Anyone who has bought the above products and has an allergy to soya should not consume it.

The packs can be returned to stores for a full refund.

The statement continued: “If you have bought the products as detailed above, and you have an allergy to soya, do not eat it.

“Instead, return the product to the store where you purchased the product from for a full refund, with or without a receipt.

“For more information, contact us on 0771 4959 823 and [email protected]

Point-of-sale notices have also been issued to stores which give customers more information.

The affected products are only sold in Poundstretcher stores.

When a fault is noticed with a product, it is often recalled or withdrawn.

When an item is ‘recalled’, customers are asked to return it, and ‘withdrawn’ products are taken off shelves.

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