Food Standards Agency
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Harrods recalls Rose Prince mincemeat and mince pies
Harrods recalls Rose Prince mincemeat and mince pies because the products contain various allergens which are not listed on the label. If you are allergic to or intolerant of wheat (gluten), nuts, milk or eggs, do not eat these products. The Food Standards Agency has issued an Allergy Alert.
The products being recalled are:
- Harrods Rose Prince mincemeat, 400g
'Best before' date: March 2013
Allergens: undeclared wheat (gluten) and nuts.
- Harrods Rose Prince mince pies, 270g
'Best before' date: end 3 November 2012 and 12 November 2012
Allergens: undeclared milk, egg, wheat (gluten) and nuts.
Harrods is recalling the above batches from sale. If you have bought any of the above products and have an allergy to or intolerance of any of the ingredients described above, do not eat them. Customer notices will be displayed in stores with the action you can take.
No other Harrods products are known to be affected.
About Allergy Alerts
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