Tesco, Sainsbury's, Holland & Barrett, Waitrose, Amazon and eBay and are urgently recalling these products; Customers are being asked to return them to stores for a full a full refund.
Supermarkets and high street stores are urging customers to check their cupboards.
Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose are recalling a number of food items - including a salad dressing and gelato - while Holland & Barrett is pulling an organic powder off its shelves.
Meanwhile, a booster seat - sold on Amazon and eBay - is also being recalled by its manufacturer.
Find all the details below:
Naturya is recalling a batch of its Organic Chlorella Powder because the product contains sulphites, which are not mentioned on the label.
The product is a possible health risk to anyone with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites.
If you have bought it, and have a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites, do not consume it. Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.
The product details are:
Organic Chlorella Powder
Pack size: 200g
Batch code: 606071
Best before: 31 March 2019
Remeo Gelato has identified a labelling error affecting a number of its Stracciatella di Bergamo jars.
The jar labels (Stracciatella di Bergamo) do not match the contents inside (Pistacchio Siciliano) and they may contain nuts, which is not mentioned on the label.
Therefore jars with the affected date code 'use by 22/10/2019' are being recalled.
If you are allergic to nuts do not consume this product.
It can be returned to a Waitrose store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.
To receive a replacement product, send a picture of the affected jar, with the batch code, and the packaging to:
Remeo Gelato, Unit 702, Salisbury House, London Wall, London, EC2M5QQ
If you want to speak to a member of the Remeo team, then call: 07503 999792
The Venture Three Stage Booster Seat is being recalled because it has an "inadequate locking mechanism, restraining and chair attachment system".
This could result in a child falling off the seat and suffering injuries.
In addition, the plastic packaging is too large and too thin, and doesn't have any pierced holes.
If a child plays with it, the plastic can cover their mouth and nose, causing them to suffocate.
The Trading Standards website explains that the booster seat does not comply with the relevant European standard EN 16120.
Only booster seats with the batch code 50700461909323 are affected.
Customers are advised to get in touch with manufacturers directlyhere.
The supplier of Mary Berry's Salad Dressing (235 ml) has identified that another product - with egg in it - has been filled and labelled as the dressing - which does not declare egg as an ingredient.
This makes Mary Berry's Salad Dressing unsuitable for people with a sensitivity to egg.
If you have a sensitivity to egg do not consume the dressing, instead return it to the store it was bought from, where a full refund will be given.
You can also contact the manufactures on 01494 895507, to arrange a replacement sample to be sent out.
The product details are:
Best-before date: June 2019 Batch code: 7361
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