Food Standards Agency
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Myprotein recalls its Free Range Liquid Egg Whites
Myprotein has recalled its own-brand Free Range Liquid Egg Whites with a 'best before' date of 8 February 2013, because salmonella has been detected in a batch of the product. The Agency has issued a product recall information notice.
- Myprotein® Free Range Liquid Egg Whites, 1kg
- Batch code: L232203
- ’Best before’: 8 February 2013
The product has been sold via the Myprotein® and Nutri Centre websites and Nutri Centre stores. Customer notices are being displayed on the websites and in stores advising anyone who has bought the affected product to phone Myprotein® customer services on 0845 094 9889.
No other Myprotein® products are known to be affected.
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