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Ireland Customers advised to return gluten-free porridge after MOTHS found in packages

08:55  03 july  2018
08:55  03 july  2018 Source:   extra.ie

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A BATCH of porridge is being recalled after customer complaints of “the presence of small grain moths ”. The affected Barkat organic gluten - free porridge flakes were sold in a number of Irish shops.

A gluten - free organic porridge has been recalled because of contamination by moths and moth larvae. The FSA said: ' Gluten Free Foods Ltd is recalling the product and have written to their affected customers providing a Product Recall Notice to advise of this issue, as well as publishing

a bowl of food on a plate © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

A brand of porridge flakes with a moth infection has been listed among the latest products to be recalled from supermarket shelves.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has asked Irish consumers who may have purchased a brand of organic gluten-free porridge to check their batch codes in case they may have been affected.

According to the FSAI, Barkat Organic Gluten Free Porridge Flakes is being sold in various supermarkets across the country, but has been subject to multiple complaints.

a plate of food: Porridge Recall © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Porridge Recall Barkat Barkat Organic Gluten Free Porridge Flakes is being recalled over the presence of moth larvae. Pic: FSAI

The website states, ‘As a precautionary measure, the above batch of Barkat organic gluten free porridge flakes is being recalled following consumer complaints of the presence of small Grain Moths and their larvae.’

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The trendy porridge flakes were recalled amid fears they could be riddled with moth larvae. Instead, return it to where it was bought for a full refund. The FSA said " Gluten Free Foods Ltd is recalling the product and have written to their affected customers providing a Product Recall Notice to advise of

I found your recipe for porridge a couple of days ago and have now had it for breakfast two days in a row. It’s so delicious and easy! I’ve been advised to eat a gluten /dairy/soya/sugar- free and low-grain diet and I often look on your website if I need some new inspiration.

Consumers are advised to return the porridge with a best before date of 06/10/2018 to dispose of the package or to return it to the place of purchase.

Elsewhere, Lidl Ireland has issued an urgent recall notice for Snack Day Sweet Popcorn, due to the presence of Tropane Alkaloids.

a close up of food © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland The Snack Day sweet popcorn being recalled by Lidl. Pic: FSAI

The tainted products have a pack size of 200g and best before dates of 30/12/2018 and 31/12/2018.

A statement says, ‘ The implicated product was on sale in Lidl Ireland stores from 7th May. Lidl has issued an in-store notice requesting customers who have bought this product to return it to a Lidl store.’

The latest recall comes on the back of a notice issued by the FSAI last week, asking for customers to return specific bottles of light and dark soy sauce sold in Aldi and Tesco.

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