The supermarket giant Tesco Ireland has put out a recall notice for several items this week due to health and safety risks.
Two separate children’s toy products are being recalled over potential safety issues.
It has come to light that the Wooden Alphabet Pull-along toys pose a potential hazard to children.
The cord may become frayed and unravelled and cause the danger. This warning only applies to one batch code. Recalled Batch Code: 161101
Customers who discover they have bought a Wooden Alphabet Pull – Along from the batch in question are told to return the affected product to store where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required.
Two more children’s toys, the Little Live Pets L’il Pet Frog & Little Live Pets L’il Frog Lilypad have been urgently recalled. Tesco Ireland have learned from the manufacturer Moose Toys of Australia that there is a design defect. The products are being recalled as a safety precaution due to a design defect which could cause a potential safety issue if the batteries are removed.
More than 400,000 toys are being recalled from various stores all over the world.
Use of these toys must be stopped immediately, warn Tesco, and should be returned to Character Options. Customers can ring the recall helpline: 0161 633 9808 (UK); +44 161 633 9808 (ROI) or visit www.recall.moosetoys.com for information regarding the return or disposal of the product.
All those who bought the Little Live Pet Lil Frog (SKU: 28217) and Lil Frog Lily Pad (SKU: 28218) will be offered a free replacement product. Other Little Live Pets products are not affected.
The mass recall notice has included a frozen ready meal. The Tesco frozen spaghetti Bolognese 400g is being recalled after the detection that it may contain low levels of egg. This would mean that the allergen information on the packaging is incorrect.
All dates codes are being recalled and customers are asked to return the affected products to stores.
Visit Tesco.ie for more information.