Food is recalled by a supermarket or a brand when an item is unsafe to eat. This may be due to the presence of traces of foreign substances in the food or an ingredient not declared on its label.
The supermarket said customers do not need any receipt when they return the product to their nearest Tesco store.
Twister Peak-A-Blue Ice Lollipops come in five packs and all blocks are affected.
Ice cream is also sold separately in freezer products.
Valls first recalled the product, and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) released a report.
The FSA releases food reminder messages when a product is misused and can cause harm to people if eaten.
In a statement on Twister Peak-A-Blue ice lollipops, the FSA said: “Walls are reminiscent of Twister Peak-A-Blue Ice lollipops because they contain milk that is not mentioned on the label.
“This means that this product is a health hazard to anyone who is not allergic or intolerant to milk or dairy components.”
Valls has issued a point-of-sale notice to its customers, explaining why the product is being recalled and telling them what to do if they have purchased the product.
Valls said: “The safety of the people who buy and use our products will always be our number one priority, so we are taking voluntary precautions to remember all volumes as they may pose a safety risk to those who are not allergic or intolerant. Paul. “
The brand advised customers to contact its maintenance team for more information by calling 0800 146252 or emailing [email protected]
Walls Twister Peak-A-Blue Ice Lollies are sold not only at Tesco, but also in Sainsbury’s, Iceland and Asta.
Like ice creams, Tesco is reminiscent of one of its dairy products.
The Presidential Mini Cheese Selection is being recalled by the supermarket as there may be nuts not mentioned on the item label.