This recall impacts all best before dates up to and including end of May 2022. The reason for this recall is that there is a risk the product may contain milk which is not listed on the label.
Should you still have any of this product if you have a milk allergy or follow a vegan diet, please do not eat this product, we will be able to process a refund for you. You do not need to return the goods.
Best Before: All
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs White Cheddar 113g
Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs Jalapeno & Cheddar 113g
We wish to advise you that the above Best Before date in conjunction with the above codes of the Eat Real Brand, are being recalled with immediate effect. They are also recalling the products below for the same reason, but we do not currently stock these.
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs White Cheddar 40g
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs Mediterranean 40g
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs Mediterranean 113g
Eat Real Quinoa Puffs Jalapeno & Cheddar 113g
Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs White Cheddar 40g
Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs White Cheddar 113g
Eat Real Quinoa & Kale Puffs Jalapeno & Cheddar 40g
We apologise for any inconvenience this action may cause. Should you have any queries, please contact our customer services helpline on 0333 400 0464.
Ecover Zero Non-Bio Laundry Liquid 1.5 (Product code: 433405) with the following batch codes:
The affected bottles contain potassium hydroxide at hazardous levels that can cause the bottle to leak. Contact with the liquid could result in harm to skin and eyes, including causing skin burns or eye damage.
Our supplier has confirmed that we have not stocked the affected batches, however if you have purchased the products from ourselves and have any concerns, please visit the below link to check your batch code:
Loma Linda Spicy Pad Thai Ready Meal – 284g (Product Code: 449212)
As a precaution Worldwide Food Associates is recalling Loma Linda Spicy Pad Thai Ready Meal – 284g due to the allergens of Soya and Peanuts being present but not highlighted in bold in the ingredients list on the packet as required.
Now more than ever we are aware of the importance of our cleanliness, both personal hygiene and around our home. Conventional household cleaners tend to use harsh and sometimes toxic chemicals that are abrasive and can irritate. However, there are much simpler natural cleaning alternatives you can use that are gentle yet effective.
We’ve put together a short list of tips and suggestions for cleaning your home naturally, which you can find below. Be sure to let us know in the comments if you try any, or if you have your own tips to share.
We all know that it’s important to get out in the sun as much as possible to get your recommended dose of Vitamin D and increase seratonin levels. It’s equally important to use sun protection every day to stop your skin absorbing harmful rays and to protect against burning whilst reducing the risk of skin disease or cancer.
You can protect your skin by covering up as much as possible while outside and seeking the shade. It’s also important to use sunscreen every day to limit the damage done by the sun. It’s a common myth that people with darker skin don’t need to use as much or any sun cream – this is absolutely not the case as sun cream is the only thing that can protect your skin against harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Mineral sun cream is a great way to protect your skin if you prefer products with fewer ingredients. Regular sun cream is made with ingredients that protect your skin by absorbing the suns rays, whereas mineral sun cream reflects them. Mineral sun creams are made with zinc oxide and titanium oxide, and offer protection from both UVA and UVB rays – which is something you definitely want from your sun protection.
Traditionally people didn’t like using mineral sun cream because it left white residue on their skin. This isn’t the case anymore, advances in technology have meant the mineral particles can be just as effective at a smaller size and are no longer visible.
With World Environment Day approaching we thought this would be a great opportunity to look into the history of the day and what it means to us and our planet.
The UN General assembly designated 5th June as World Environment day back in 1972, which marked the first day of the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment. It wasn’t until 1974 that World Environment day was celebrated for the first time with the slogan “Only One Earth”.
It is a day for environmental action, with the intention of prompting governments, businesses and citizens to focus on pressing environmental issues. Every year has a different theme and is hosted by a different country. This year the theme is ‘Time for Nature’ and it is hosted by Colombia in partnership with Germany.
Christmas is only getting closer, and while most of us might have our gifts wrapped and ready to give, there are always those last minute decisions to make. If you’re looking for something to buy for the women in your life, take a look at our favourite picks, and don’t forget to order by the 19th to guarantee Christmas delivery. Continue reading Christmas Gifts for Her
Finding the perfect gift for him this Christmas doesn’t have to be an impossible task, especially with our curated selection of ethical Christmas gifts for him. Continue reading Christmas Gifts for Him
Five years have passed since the Rana Plaza disaster, which killed 1,138 people and injured 2,500 more. The Rana Plaza building was a five story building housing garment factories for big global brands, and the victims were mostly young women. Continue reading It’s Time for a Fashion Revolution
The new year is a time for new beginnings, a great time to start fresh. Over Christmas we all indulge – sometimes we overindulge – but as soon as January comes around it’s time to reset. Personally I have the same goals every new year – to eat healthier and exercise more, and they are the same goals because I’m terrible at sticking to them.