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Asda, Waitrose and Sainsbury's are urgently recalling potentially hazardous items; Items from big brand supermarkets are feared to cause choking, nausea and vomiting.

Byline: Lottie Gibbons

Three big chain supermarkets are urgently recalling these products due to fears that some items could cause choking, nausea and vomiting.

The big supermarket names include Asda, Sainsbury's and Waitrose.

These products have been pulled from sale over safety fears.

With the help ofChronicle Live, we've rounded up the following information released about the items in the past few weeks, so you can check your cupboards and keep your family safe and maybe get your money back.

As well as those relating to Asda, Waitrose and Sainsbury's, there are products which were on sale at a number of other stores you may visit.

Yorkshire Game 17 Ltd is recalling wild venison burgers sold inAsdastores because they contain soya, sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites, and wheat (gluten), which are not emphasised correctly on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to wheat or gluten, an allergy to soya, or a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites.

The 227g packs with batch code 12318 and use by May 13.

If you have bought the product do not eat it. Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

A potential choking hazard has led to sweet cones being recalled.

True Value Candys Pvt Ltd has recalled the 400g packs of Super Pudding Cones and Super Jelly Cones.

And Yummys Jelly Cones, 400g, have also been taken off sale.

Please return them to the point of purchase.

Fabricake Sugarcraft Limited has recalled Rolkem's Special Rose Gold and Super Gold food colours used to decorate food items such as cakes due to high concentrations of copper.

All sizes, batches and dates of the products are affected.

Nausea, vomiting and/or abdominal pain are possible short-term effects from consumption of food items decorated with this product.

If you have bought any return them to the store for a full refund.

Remeo Gelato has identified a labelling error affecting a number of the Remeo Stracciatella di Bergamo jars sold inWaitrose.

The product labels (Stracciatella di Bergamo) do not match the product contents (Pistacchio Siciliano) and therefore the product contains undeclared nuts.

As a precautionary measure, Remeo Gelato are recalling Stracciatella di Bergamo jars with the use by October 22 2019 date.

If you are allergic to nuts do not consume this product.

To receive a replacement product, send a picture of the affected product with the batch code and the packaging to Remeo Gelato, Unit 702, Salisbury House, London Wall, London, EC2M5QQ, or email info@remeogelato.com

If you have any concerns and would like to speak to somebody from Remeo, call 07503 999792.

Alternatively, the affected product can be returned to a Waitrose store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.

Two batches of chlorella powders have been taken off sale as they contain sulphites, which are not mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk to individuals with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites.

Supernutrients has recalled its 5kg packs of Organic Chlorella Powder with batch code O-CH-DF-160330, best before Match 31, 2019.

And Naturya are recalling 200g Organic Chlorella Powder with batch code 606071, best before March 31, 2019.

Take them to stores for a full refund.

Sainsbury's is recalling a selection of its pet food pouch selections because they may contain high levels of vitamin D which exceed the maximum recommended intake.

All dates of Adult Complete Nutrition in Jelly 12x100g and 48x100g packs, Adult Fine Flakes in Jelly 48x100g packs, Adult Complete Nutrition in Gravy 12x100g packs,Senior Complete Nutrition in Gravy 12x100g packs, Puppy Complete Nutrition in Gravy 12x100g packs, Adult Farmhouse Kitchen in Gravy 12x100g packs, Adult Farmhouse Kitchen in Jelly 12x100g packs, Adult Fine Flakes in Jelly (meat varieties) 12x100g packs, Adult Fine Flakes in Broth 12x100g packs and Adult Fine Flakes in Jelly (meat/fish varieties) 12x100g packs have been recalled.

A spokesman said: "High levels of vitamin D fed to a pet over a short period (weeks/months) should not cause concern. Over a longer period of feeding with excessive levels of vitamin D, symptoms can vary, but may include lethargy, stiffness, vomiting, diarrhoea or excessive urination (polyuria)."

Apna distribution is recalling 'hey I'm all yours' Jelly Sweets because the products are likely to present a choking hazard.

This is because the product can be projected from a cup or capsule in one piece by exerting pressure at the tip.

The 1,500g jars with batch code J17137, best before April 11, 2019.

If you have bought the sweets do not eat them. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought.

AKG is carrying out a voluntary recall of N60NCBT Wireless headphones across the European Union.

The carrying case of the AKG N60NCBT Wireless headphones may contain chemicals exceeding the permitted levels under EU regulations and under certain extreme environmental conditions, the carrying cases could contaminate the AKG N60NCBT Wireless headphones.

The headphones are of no health threat to consumers, according to an independent toxicology expert consulted by AKG.

Owners need to return AKG N60NCBT Wireless headphones and carrying cases by completing the form on the AKG website.

Models made between February 16 2018 and July 1 2018 are affected.

Product Recalls

The Koo-di Duo Wooden Highchair sold between July 2017 and April 2018 has been recalled.

In the batch KD430/02-3AH-SS a defect has been detected on four occasions in the plastic at the point where the rear leg screws in to the base of the plastic seat. This can cause the plastic to crack and the leg can potentially break away.

Stop using the highchair immediately, check the batch number on the information label at the back of the seat, and contact Koo-di on 01384 298531 for further information.

The Venture Three Stage Booster Seat has been recalled as it could cause injuries and suffocation.

Batch code 50700461909323 has an inadequate locking mechanism, restraining and chair attachment system meaning a child may fall off the seat and suffer injuries.

Moreover, the plastic packaging of the product is too large and too thin without being perforated: If a child plays with the packaging, the plastic can cover the mouth and nose, causing the child to suffocate.

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