Aldi, Sainsburys and ASDA recall eggs as they may contain salmonella

Aldi, Sainsburys and ASDA recall eggs as they may contain salmonella

A certain batch of eggs from several of the UK’s leading supermarkets is being recalled – because they may contain salmonella.

The Food Standards Agency is issuing precautionary advice to consumers who have purchased a specific batch of British Lion eggs.

Affected eggs can be identified by the batch code and the best before date stamped on the eggshell.

The eggs affected are sold in some selected stores listed below in England and Wales only

The eggs affected are in batch 1UK15270.

Sainsbury’s is the worst affected store with a number of packs being recalled.

Each store and the packs with their best before date can be found below.

ASDA

ASDA Large Free Range Eggs (pack of 12) – BBE October 30 2020

Aldi

Merevale Medium Free Range Eggs (pack of six) – BBE November 4 2020

Sainsbury’s

Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of six) – BBE October 30 2020 and November 5 2020

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of six) – BBE October 30 2020 and November 5 2020

Very Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of six) – BBE October 30 2020, November 1 2020 and November 5 2020

Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of 12) – BBE November 1 2020 and November 5 2020

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of 12) – BBE October 30 2020, November 1 2020, November 4 and November 5 2020

Mixed Size Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s (pack of 15) – BBE October 30 2020

Basics Mixed Size Barn Eggs (pack of 15) – BBE November 1 2020

J James Mixed Size Free Range Eggs (pack of 10) – BBE November 1 2020 and November 5 2020