Allergen Recall: Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder

Allergen Recall: Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder

Allergen Recall:
Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder


Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder

Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder

Cully & Sully are recalling their Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder, because it contains the allergen molluscs which are not mentioned on the label.

This recall is Northern Ireland specific.

Molluscs

Molluscs are a type of shellfish, and are counted as one of the 14 allergens that have to be clearly highlighted on the ingredients label of any food containing them (see '14 allergens' below), seperately from crustaceans (which are also a type of shellfish).
They contain creatures such as mussels, oysters, scallops, snails, squid and octopus.

A serious allergy to molluscs can lead to a life-threatening anaphylactic shock, from which a person can die within minutes, if proper medication is not giving immediately.

So you can see that, for someone with an allergy to molluscs, the fact that molluscs are not declared in the ingredients list, could cost them their life...

Cully & Sully's Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder Recall

Product

Pack Size

Use By

Allergens

Cully & Sully Smoked Haddock and Salmon Chowder

400g

23 November 2018

Molluscs

To read the Food Standards Agency's recall notice, click here. To see Cully & Sully's recall notice on the FSA's website, click here. We could not find any information on Cully & Sully's own website, nor have they (as yet, the day after the FSA's recall came out) updated the page discussing this particular product - it has not been added to the ingredients list, nor to their allergy advice list...