Food Standards Agency
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Update on recall of Sokolow sausage products
All batches of Sokolów Home Black Pudding Sausage have been recalled because the product is contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The product is also sold under the name Grill Black Pudding Sausage.
Listeria is a food poisoning bug that can cause serious illness.
The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice advising that the affected products are being recalled by three wholesalers in the Doncaster area and one in London .
Details of products being recalled:
Sokolów Home Black Pudding Sausage
- All date and batch codes
Sokolów Grill Black Pudding Sausage
All date and batch codes
M&K Polish Goods Ltd, Donney European Ltd, Expo Foods (Midlands) Ltd and Food Art UK Ltd are recalling the affected product from consumers. Product recall notices will be displayed in stores that sell the products, explaining why the products have been recalled and how customers can get a full refund. Each company has produced its own point-of-sale notice. A generic point-of-sale notice is attached at the link below.
No other Sokolów products are known to be affected.
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