Recall Roundup, our latest installment of Recall Roundup, looks at the food and beverage recalls that occurred in the U.K. and U.S. over the past week.

Undeclared allergens

In the past week, there have been many recalls of food and beverages due to labels that incorrectly list allergens.

Heathwick Ltd. is recalling Saugatuck Brewing Co. Neapolitan Milk Stout, Blueberry & Maple Stout, and other products because they contain oats and milk (gluten), which were not listed on the labels.

Saugatuck Brewing Co. Neapolitan Milk Stout is available in 355ml packs, and all dates of best before are included in the recall. The Saugatuck Brewing Co. Blueberry & Maple Stout comes in a 355ml container, and the recall affects all best-before dates.

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Heathwick Ltd was advised to contact allergy support groups, who will inform their members about the recall. The company also sent a notice at the point of sale to customers explaining why these products are being recalled.

The advice is that if you have coeliac, a milk allergy, or gluten intolerance and have bought the above products, then do not drink them. You can return the products to Home Bargains for a refund.

In Northern Ireland, Dunnes Stores has recalled its Simply Better Italian Calabrian Salami & Sausage Pizza because it contains an egg that is not stated on the packaging.

The product is 510g in size and comes with the batch code L.A.23236. It has a Best Before date of May 20, 2024.

Dunnes Stores was advised to notify the allergy support groups, who will inform their members of the recall. The company sent out a notice at the point of sale to inform its customers what to do if they bought this product.

If you have an allergy to eggs, it is advised that you do not eat them. You can return it to the shop where you bought it for a refund.

In the US, Cookies-N-Milk of Texas has recalled its 6oz cup of “Chocolate Chip Edible Cookie Dough” as it could contain peanuts, which are not listed on the label.

The “Chocolate Chip Edible Cookie Dough,” with lot code # 32402342C, was sold in retail stores throughout Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin Wyoming.

The company claims that, to date, no illnesses related to this recall have been reported.

The recalled product is available for purchase at the store where it was purchased. If you have a peanut allergy, please return the product to get a refund.