Glenisk yoghurt recall over peanut concerns
Published 28/10/2015 | 02:30
A product recall has been ordered on yoghurts made by dairy good producer Glenisk over concerns they may contain peanuts.
The affected products are the Glenisk 0pc fat yogurt with granola for both the natural and honey flavour, as well as SuperValu Yoghurt with granola natural flavour and strawberry flavour which Glenisk makes for SuperValu.
Glenisk said it was advised of the possible presence of peanut by its granola supplier, Crispy Foods.
The company said no adverse reactions have been reported so far.
It added: "Consumers who are allergic to peanuts and who have consumed any of the affected products are advised to contact their medical practitioner.
"Customers in possession of an affected product, and who are concerned that they may be allergic to peanuts, are asked to return it to the shop ... No action is required for those who do not suffer from peanut allergies."