UK: Recall of Ryan Foods ready-to-eat products
Posted: October 29th, 2011 - 3:11pm
Source: Food Standards Agency
A number of Ryan Foods ready-to-eat products have been produced in unapproved premises under unsatisfactory hygiene conditions and distributed in the Glasgow area. Glasgow City Council has recalled the products, but it is not possible to recall them all. If you have bought any of the affected products, do not eat them. The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Action.
All packs of the following products are recalled:
Aysha’s Bite Size Chicken Pakora
Aysha’s 5 Bite Size Chicken Samosas
Aysha’s 5 Bite Size Vegetable Samosas
Aysha's Chicken Tikka
Ryan’s Chinese Lemon Chicken
Rico’s Pizzas – all varieties
Glasgow City Council has started a recall of the products within its area, and continues to monitor the ongoing operation. Distribution is believed to be restricted to the Glasgow area, but it has not been possible to obtain full distribution details or product traceability records.
If you have bought any of the above products, do not eat them.
Actions to be taken by local authorities
These products do not comply with food hygiene regulations. If any of these products are found during routine inspections, enforcement officers should ensure they are withdrawn from sale and destroyed.
If a local authority finds significant quantities of any of the products, please let the Agency know immediately and provide details of the consignment. More information about the actions to be taken by local authorities can be found in the Food Alert for Action at the link below.