Morrisons is not taken, the return to the “Traditional chicken and mushroom Pie” from the sale because a small number of packs contain the cake, but a fish-cake.
The fish pie contains fish and mustard which are not mentioned on the label.
As a result, the Food Standards Agency, says the supermarket cakes are a possible health risk for anyone with an Allergy to mustard and/or fish.
He says that those who have bought, they should be returned in error to the store where they were purchased.
The product in the heart of the mix-up is the Morrisons “Traditional Chicken & Mushroom Pie” in 400g packs, with an expiry date of 4. December 2017.
Morrisons, the UK has the fourth-largest supermarket chain, apologized for the error and also the contact Allergy support organisations, which will tell their members about the recall.
Mustard allergies are rare in the UK, although it is more common in Spain and France. The impact for those with a mustard-intolerance, anaphylactic shock, often provoked by the peanuts.
Notes, which explain why the cakes are taken back and are in Morrisons’ stores. No other Morrisons products are known to be affected.
The FSA food and Allergy alerts whenever necessary – usually several per week. The more serious causes find pieces of plastic in food or the presence of hazardous bacteria, like botulinum, Listeria or Campylobacter.
But in a recent reversal of the Morrison’s mishap, the FSA issued a recall alert in September in the name of the rival supermarket Asda, which had found out that some of the cakes labeled as fish-pies have been chicken, in fact, and bacon ones, with mustard.