Allergen Recall: CEBU Dried Mangoes contain sulphites

Allergen Recall: CEBU Dried Mangoes

Allergen Recall: CEBU Dried Mangoes


CEBU Dried Mangoes are being recalled because they contains sulphur dioxide/sulphites which are not mentioned on the label.

CEBU

Cebu is an area in the Philippines, consisting of a main island and 167 smaller islands and islets surrounding it. Being tropical, it is well known for its white sand beaches, luxury hotels and resorts. It is also one of the Philippines main islands and one of their most developed provinces.

These mangoes are grown and dried here in Cebu, the Philippines. However, they were treated with sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites, which are not mentioned on the ingredients list by their London based manufacturer's, Interlink Direct Ltd,

The CEBU Dried Mangoes Recall

Product

Pack Size

Use By

Allergen

CEBU Dried Mangoes 

100g

 9 August 2019

Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites

To read the original recall on the Food Standards Agency's website, click here. To read Interlink Direct Ltd's recall page on the Food Standards Agency's website, click here. We could not find any information on the  recall on Interlink Direct Ltd's own website.