Holland and Barrett withdraws more sesame seeds products
The Agency has issued an updated Food Alert for Information in relation to the withdrawal by Holland and Barrett of a batch of a Nature’s Harvest product contaminated with salmonella. Batches
of two other Nature’s Harvest products have been withdrawn as a precautionary measure.
The original alert was issued on 12 October and can be found at the link below.
– Nature’s Harvest Sesame Seeds Hulled 500g
– – Batch code: 30118
– – Best Before End: April 08
– Nature’s Harvest Omega Sprinkle 250g
– – Batch code: 29703
– – Best Before End: Feb 2008
No other Holland and Barrett Nature’s Harvest products or batch codes are known to be affected.
Holland and Barrett has withdrawn the affected batches from sale. Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in its stores telling the public of the reason for the withdrawal and that customers
can return the product to the store for a full refund.
Text from the point-of-sale recall notice issued by Holland and Barrett can be found below.
Text from the point-of-sale recall notice issued by Holland and Barrett
These products have been withdrawn from sale as a precaution following an isolated report of possible salmonella contamination.
If you have any of these products at home please check the best before details listed below.
Nature’s Harvest Sesame Seeds Hulled 125g, BBE April 2008, Batch No 30117
Nature’s Harvest Sesame Seeds Hulled 500g, BBE April 2008, Batch No 30118
Nature’s Harvest Omega sprinkle 250g, BBE Feb 2008, Batch No 29703
The public are advised not to consume any product with these best before dates, but to return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Food alerts are the FSA’s way of letting local authorities and consumers know about problems associated with food and, in some cases, providing details of specific action to be taken. They are
issued under two categories:
Food Alerts: for Action
Food Alerts: for Information