Baby food, chicken thighs and vegetable curry are among the items you should bin after supermarkets issued urgent food recalls.
Dunnes Stores is recalling a batch of its Oyster Cut Irish Chicken Thighs as it was “mispacked with raw chicken breast on the bone".
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) said the error means the cooking instructions on the label are incorrect.
Dunnes is displaying point-of-sale recall notices to warn customers about the implicated batch - pack size: 990g with approval number: IE 803 EC and Use-By date: Aug 18th, 2022.
Meanwhile, Avoca is recalling a batch of its Thai Red Lentil & Vegetable Curry because it was mispacked as Thai Red Chicken & Vegetable Curry.
The FSAI said the use-by date on the packet is also incorrect as it states Aug 19th when in fact the use-by date passed on Aug 15th.
Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores that were supplied with the implicated batch which have the use-by date: 19/08/2022
Ella’s Kitchen meanwhile is recalling batches of its Kitchen Banana and Vanilla Bread Pudding baby food due to “Possible Microbiological Contamination”.
The FSAI said the product may be unsuitable to eat and people are advised not to feed the implicated batches to children.
Shops have been told to remove the batches from the shelves and display point-of-sale notices.
The batch codes are L192 and L193 with best before date: 04/23/2022.