Product Recall: Morrisons ham might food poison you

9 September 2015

morrisons 300x300 Morrisons have gone and issued an urgent recall of their Savers Cooked Ham range. Why? There are fears that it could cause food poisoning.

So, if you have some, don't eat it and return the 200g pack (with a use by date of September 11th) for a full refund. Unless you really want to be on the toilet for hours at a time that is. We don't know what you're into.

The Food Standards Agency confirmed it was because of a presence of Listeria monocytogenes.

A Morrisons statement says: "As a precautionary measure, Morrisons are recalling the product due to a detection of Listeria monocytogenes. There is a possibility that this product may pose a microbiological risk if consumed."

"We advise anyone who has purchased this product not to consume it and return it to their nearest store for a full refund. No other products or date codes are affected."

More Food Poisoning Scares

There's a lot of food poisoning knocking around at the minute. Sainsbury's, Aldi and Iceland issued their own food poisoning warnings recently, there's been reports on which supermarket is most likely to make you ill with their chicken, as well as food poisoning scares over chocolate wafers.

There's been salmonella scares over some paprika brands, too. For all the latest on the product recalls, and a guide on how to deal with them, click here.

TOPICS:   Recalls

1 comment

  • Stan L.
    I thought that was one of the chances you took with Savers type shite.

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