Customer advice on imported liquid egg
The Food Standards Agency has issued advice about imported pasteurised liquid egg that may contain eggs with levels of dioxins that are above legal limits.
The FSA says there is “no food safety risk” from eating products that may contain the liquid egg.
We can trace all ingredients used in any products manufactured under the Asda brand and our checks showed a small number of cakes from one of our suppliers
used the imported liquid egg.
As a purely precautionary measure we have acted quickly to withdraw these Asda products from our shelves:
|Product||Best before date|
|Vanilla Traybake||January 7, January 8|
|Mini Victoria Cake||January 7, January 11|
|Choc Traybake||January 8, January 10|
|Lemon Sponge||January 9, January 16|
|Caterpillar Cake||January 10, January 11|
|Lemon Loaf Cake||January 11|
|Raspberry Sponge||January 11, January 12|
|Smart Price Sponge||January 13, January 15|
|Coconut Sponge||January 14, January 20|
We can reassure customers that all of our fresh eggs are British and are therefore not involved.