Food Safety Recall: Clayton Park Twin Packed Cream Cakes

Food Safety Recall: Clayton Park Twin Packed Cream Cakes

Clayton Park recalls Twin Packed Cream Cakes due to incorrect date marking

Food safety recall:
CLAYTON PARK TWIN PACKED CREAM CAKES


Clayton Park recalls Twin Packed Cream Cakes due to incorrect date marking

Clayton Park Twin Packed Cream Cakes

Clayton Park is recalling its Twin Packed Cream Cakes because the product label has a 'best before' date of 18 February 2017 instead of a 'use by' date of 21 January 2017.

Use By and Best Before Dates

What is the difference between Use By and Best Before Dates?

Use By dates are for high risk foods. These are foods in which bacteria readily multiply because all their conditions for growth are met. Bacteria need Warmth, Moisture, Food and Time in order to multiply, and high risk foods are called high risk foods because everything the bacteria need are right there, in those foods. This means that it doesn't take long for these foods to become poisonous for consumption.

Best Before dates for for all other types of foods. The risk of bacterial growth is low, because not everything the bacteria need are right there - though this can change, for instance, flour becoming wet. However, many foods do lose their flavour, texture or freshness, and best quality can not be guaranteed.

Food Poisoning Chain
What's the difference between Use By and Best Before dates?

Cook Trading Ltd's Sticky Soy & Ginger Beef by Recall

Product

Best Before Stated

Actual Use By

Twin Packed Cream Cakes

18 February 2017

21 January 2017

The relevant article by the Food Standards Agency has since been removed.