The Happy Pear are recalling a batch of their Lovely Basil Pesto from shops after it was discovered that the tubs had been labelled incorrectly.
The batches involved in the recall are number 7030, 7033, 7037, 7039 and 7044.
Speaking on the recall, the Pear spokesperson stated, “The product has been withdrawn from sale because it contains a trace amount of egg and may be a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg. The product is perfectly safe for all other customers.”
Naturally, they’re encouraging anyone who has bought Lovely Basil Pesto and is allergic, or has an intolerance, to egg to return it to the shop where it was purchased.
“As you would expect from The Happy Pear,” continued the spokesperson (think that’s Sarah), “we are treating this matter very seriously and conducting a thorough investigation. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this has caused and will ensure this doesn’t happen again.”
If any customer would like any further information, please contact The Happy Pear here.
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