Lidl urgently recalls lager containing sulphur dioxide over 'health risk'

Published date30 April 2022
Publication titleGlasgowLive (Scotland)
The supermarket has recalled certain batches of its Starovice Czech Lager, which according to the Food Standards Agency, poses a "possible health risk" to certain people

Sulphur dioxide is an allergen, and anybody with a sensitivity to it or sulphites may become unwell after drinking it.

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Customers who purchased the lager and who have an allergy or intolerance to sulphur dioxide are being urged to return it for a full refund — no receipt is required.

Shoppers have also been advised to contact the relevant allergy support organisations, which will tell their members about the recall.

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