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Chutney recalled due to undeclared sulphur dioxide

The Food Standards Agency reports that Shaws of Huddersfield has recalled their Shaws of Huddersfield 1889 Apricot and Ginger Chutney, because the product contains sulphur dioxide, which is not declared on the label. This makes the product a potential health risk for individuals who are sensitive to sulphur dioxide. Follow the link to find out more.

Postscript

The list of products affected has been updated by the FSA.

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