Food Standards Agency
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Morrisons recalls honey and mustard ham
Morrisons is recalling one date code of its own-brand honey and mustard ham because mustard is not mentioned in the allergen labelling box. If you have an allergy or intolerance to mustard, don’t eat this product. The Agency has issued an Allergy Alert.
The product being recalled is:
- Morrisons Carvery Honey and Mustard Ham, 125g
- Use by: 8 April 2012
Morrisons is recalling the affected product from consumers. Customer notices have been displayed in stores, explaining why the product has been recalled. The company is also contacting relevant allergy support organisations, which will explain to their members the reason for the recall.
If you have bought the affected product, you can return it to the store for a full refund.
No other Morrisons products are known to be affected.
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