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Musgrave NI withdraws SuperValu and Centra Italian Bolognese Ravioli due to inconsistent allergen labelling

Musgrave NI withdraws SuperValu and Centra Italian Bolognese Ravioli due to inconsistent allergen labelling as the products contain celery that is not mentioned on the allergy information box, resulting in inconsistent allergen labelling. This means the ravioli should not be consumed by anyone with an allergy or intolerance to celery.

Product identification Product: SuperValu Italian Bolognese Ravioli, 250g Centra Italian Bolognese Ravioli, 250g

Batch/date codes: All date codes

Action taken by the company Musgrave Retail Partners NI is withdrawing the affected products from sale. In addition, the company has contacted the relevant allergy support organisations which will inform their at-risk members of the withdrawal. These products were supplied to Centra and SuperValu stores in Northern Ireland. No other Musgrave Retail Partners NI products are known to be affected.

Source: FSA

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