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Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry 75cl
(This product has a yellow label)

  • Barcode: 05052898002906
  • Lot Numbers: L1402606, L1403271, L1403503, L1403655, L1404044
  • Price: £5.48

Product safety recall

What’s happened:
As a precaution Asda is recalling the above Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry due to a small number of bottles shattering.

What You Should Do:
If you have purchased the Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry, please take it back to your local Asda for a full refund. No receipt necessary. If you know someone else who has one, please ask them to return it to us. To help identify the product that needs to be recalled, there is a Lot Code on the back label (see above picture) of the product that will include one of the following codes: L1402606, L1403271, L1403503, L1403655, L1404044 – only products with these Lot Codes are affected. No other lot code or pack size is affected.

Asda would like to apologise for any inconvenience.

If you would like any further information please contact Asda Customer Relations – 0800 952 0101

Posted in Notes and briefings on 20 October 2014
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Product: Cow & Gate Sweet Squash and Chicken jars from 7 months plus (200g)

Date Code: Batches with expiry dates 01.07.16; 22.07.16; 21.08.16; 10.09.16

What’s happened:

Due to a labelling error Cow & Gate are recalling four batches of their Sweet Squash and Chicken from 7 months+ (200g) jars with the expiry dates shown above. Babies with wheat or egg allergies or intolerance should not eat this product. The product is suitable for the majority of babies but the presence of egg and wheat make it unsuitable for babies who are allergic or intolerant to wheat or egg. The jar incorrectly displays “No added egg” and “gluten free” in a tickbox although both egg and wheat are correctly shown in the ingredient list.

Cow & Gate would like to apologise for this error and would like to reassure you of their continued commitment to providing high quality products for your baby to enjoy.

What you should do:

If you have purchased one of the mislabelled jars of Cow & Gate Sweet and Chicken 7m+ (200g) from Asda, please bring it back to your nearest Asda store where you will be given a full refund, or contact Cow & Gate directly for a refund. You do not need your receipt.

If you would like any further information please contact Cow & Gate’s careline on 0800 9774000 or visit their website at www.cowandgate.co.uk for further information. No other Cow & Gate baby foods are affected.

Posted in Notes and briefings on 14 October 2014
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Asda toaster recall

Product and barcodes:
Asda Plastic Toasters Black & White 4-slice
Barcodes: 05052449208313, 05052449208320
Price: £17.96

Asda Plastic Toasters Black, White & Silver 2-slice
Barcodes: 05052449208283, 05052449208290, 05052449208306
Price: £9.96

What’s happened:

As a precaution, Asda is recalling the above plastic toasters due to the possible risk of electrical shock.

What you should do:
If you have purchased any of the Asda Plastic Toasters, please take it back to your local Asda for a full refund. If you know someone else who has one, please ask them to return it to us. No receipt necessary. To help identify the product that needs to be recalled, there is a label on the base of the product that will include the following code:
Model Number KS-2418B / KS-2418W / KS-2118B / KS-2118W /KS-2118S.

No other Asda toaster products are affected.

Asda would like to apologise for any inconvenience.

If you would like any further information please contact: Asda Customer Relations – 0800 952 0101

Posted in Notes and briefings on 18 August 2014
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Recalled plug charger

  • Barcode: 0505244987183 / 0505407006086
  • Batch code: ALL
  • Price: £4.00

What’s happened:

As a precaution Asda is recalling the MW USB Charger which is sold exclusively by Asda. We have become aware of an issue relating to the product overheating on a limited number of products.

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Posted in Notes and briefings on 29 May 2014
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With a year to go until the General Election and policy development now well under way, we wanted to share our views on what we at Asda think the Government could do to stimulate growth and investment in the UK, as well as giving customers more money in their pockets at the end of the month. This document is our contribution to the public policy making process, based on our knowledge and expertise of the issues and Departments which affect the retail sector.

We have provided forty-four recommendations in three sections that are designed to achieve three goals:

  • Create an efficient, effective and affordable regulatory environment for businesses to operate in
  • Ensure the Government helps businesses to exploit opportunities for growth and investment in the UK economy
  • Reduce costs for customers, providing a boost to their spending power

Whilst we appreciate that not all of these policies will be achieved over night, we have honed in on what we call our four fundamentals – the four key pillars which we think will make a real difference to both businesses and customers in the UK:

  • Reform of the existing business rates system
  • Raising of the Personal Tax Allowance in line with a full-time salary on the National Minimum Wage
  • Committing to freezing fuel duty until the end of the next Parliament
  • Relaxing Sunday Trading restrictions

Download the full report here.

Posted in Notes and briefings on 14 April 2014