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Tesco organic almonds recalled due to presence of Salmonella

A range of Tullyard Farm meat products are also being recalled due to processing in an unapproved facility.

A BATCH OF Tesco Organic Almonds are being recalled by the grocery giant due to the presence of Salmonella.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) said that 200g bags of nuts with a best before date of February 2019 and a L8004010 batch code should be returned to a Tesco store. 

The almonds originated in the UK and Tesco has issued in-store notices requesting customers who have bought the implicated batch not to consume them.

The FSAI has also issued a withdrawal alert about a range of Tullyard Farm meat products because they were processed in an unapproved facility.

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All batch codes and all best before dates of the following products are affected:

  • Tullyard Farm Smoked Dry Cure Rashers
  • Tullyard Farm Dry Cure Streaky Bacon
  • Tullyard Farm Meat & Poultry 7oz Beef Burgers
  • Tullyard Farm Meat & Poultry Mince Beef

The products are incorrectly labelled and carry inappropriate identification marks. No other Tullyard Farm products are known to be affected.

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