LONDON: Lidl has issued a recall for one of its Easter egg products over fears of “unsafe” labelling.
The supermarket giant has ordered the removal of Favorina Dip chocolate eggs, because the labels don’t list allergens in English.
The German discount chain ordered the removal of the eggs with a best before date of July 30 2018
The ‘dippy’ eggs which have a creamy filling, contain milk, gluten, egg, peanut, soya and nuts.
Blaming a “labelling error”, Lidl said: “These products contain milk making them a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.