Allergen Recall: Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot

Allergen Recall: Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry

Allergen Recall:
Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot


Bol Caribbean Jerk Curry

Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot

Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot has a labeling error - the pot does not contain actually Caribbean Jerk Curry, but something else instead. This means that the actual contents contain two allergens that are now present, but not mentioned in the ingredients list. This makes this Veg Pot not just unsafe for those with allergies or intolerances, but also unsuitable for vegans.

Milk and Barley

Whatever is actually in these Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pots contain Sheep's Milk, Goat's Milk and Barley (gluten). According to European Guidelines, these need to be not just mentioned - as any ingredient must be mentioned - but also clearly highlighted, so those with an allergen or intolerance to them can quickly and easily see if a product is safe for them to consume.

In this case, because we are also talking about milk, vegans would consider this product acceptable to eat - when actually, it has milk, which is something that vegans will not consume.

The Bol Foods Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot Recall

Product

Pack Size

Use By

Allergens

Bol Caribbean Jerk Curry Veg Pot

345g

05 May 2018

Milk, Barley (gluten)

To read the Food Standards Agency's recall notice, click here. To see Lidl's recall notice, click here. We can't find any information on the recall on Bol Foods' own website...