A food recall is issued when there is a discovery made about a certain product that is deemed unsafe for the consumer. The latest warning comes from Morrisons who is warning customers about a popular snack pot item.
“We don’t need a receipt.”
The FSA added: “Sometimes there will be a problem with a food product that means it should not be sold.
“Then it might be ‘withdrawn’ (taken off the shelves) or ‘recalled’ (when customers are asked to return the product).
“Sometimes foods have to be withdrawn or recalled if there is a risk to consumers because the allergy labelling is missing or incorrect or if there is any other food allergy risk.”
“We are working flat out to manage the situation.
“We are faced with several challenges throughout our supply chain including a shortage of drivers.
“Whilst this demand is great news for the category and wider economy, it does mean we will have to review our activities plans with all our wholesale and retail partners to ensure the best availability possible is maintained.”
All Haribo sweets are said to be affected, including Goldbears and Tangfastics.
Customers have also noticed a lack of bottled water on supermarket shelves in the last week.
Danone Waters, which owns bottled water brands Evian and Volvic said: “We do not have the required amount of trucks and drivers to cover customer demand, this is due to a national shortage.
“As a result of this, we have had to cancel or rebook many orders for delivery this week and next week. Apologies for the reduced service and availability impacts.”
A comprehensive study called Food Habits in Later Life, conducted under guidance of the Union of Nutritional Sciences and the World Health Organization, found a consistent association between legume consumption and longer life expectancy.
The study examined the nutritional and health problems of an elderly cohort from 13 communities in six countries.
It examined individual food groups — vegetables, legumes, fruits and nuts, cereals, dairy, meat, fish, alcohol, and monounsaturated/saturated fat ratios – as predictors of mortality among people aged 70 and over.
Health-related data were obtained from a total of 2,013 individuals who participated in this cross-cultural, multi-centre study.
Visceral fat neighbours vital organs in the body, such as the liver and intestines. It forms one part of metabolic syndrome – a cluster of conditions that increase your risk of heart disease. The harmful belly fat can also hamper insulin production – a precursor to type 2 diabetes.
Acetic acid (AcOH), a main component of vinegar, has been found to suppress body fat accumulation in animal studies.
This finding prompted researchers to investigate the effects of vinegar intake on the reduction of body fat mass in obese Japanese in a double-blind trial.
The subjects were randomly assigned to three groups of similar body weight, body mass index (BMI), and waist circumference.
BMI is a measure of whether you’re a healthy weight for your height.
You may be surprised to hear that aluminum foil can be used instead of a brush for cleaning. Truth is, it’s an easy and convenient way to keep your grill in good condition. In order to clean with foil, you’ll want to make a ball that is big enough so it can be held between a pair of tongs, according to CNET. Then, you can scrub the grill plates while they are still hot or warm to get rid of any food particles and grime as stated in an article in CNET.
It’s important to know — when you clean with aluminum foil — tiny pieces of foil can get stuck to the metal grill plates. But don’t worry, there’s another trick. Once you’re done cleaning and the grill has cooled, it’s recommended that you wipe it down with a wet cloth to ensure there aren’t any unwanted particles on the grill. Now you have a new handy method to clean your grill when you don’t have a brush or don’t feel like spending money on a new one.
Listen up, trainers! There’s a new item up for grabs in Pokémon Sword and Shield. This time around it’s the hold item Weakness Policy.
As explained by Serebii.net, the code for this item was released during the Pokémon Players Cup 3 stream. It’s available from now until 26th April, so be sure to redeem it while you still can. The code you’ll need for this particular item is: WPF1NALSPC3
“When held by a Pokémon, it raises the Pokémon’s Attack and Sp. Attack stats by two stages whenever it is hit by a move that is Super Effective”
B&M delighted shoppers when they shared a preview of the luxury gazebo on Instagram. The post reads: “Make socialising outside in all weather conditions easier than ever with our Luxury Steel Framed Gazebo for only £100. “It is 100 percent shower-proof and will also provide you with a spot of shade when needed… because we can never be really sure which way this glorious weather will turn.”
The gazebo retails for £100, which compared to some gazebos, is a bargain.
Shoppers quickly came to the post to share how much they loved the product. One person said:“I have this with my bar underneath. Absolutely love it!”
Another replied: “I got mine last week. Can’t wait to put it up.”
A third added: “This is amazing I got one for us and for my mum. It is fabulous value as always.”
Monster hunting is tough work, and if you want to get the kill or capture one, in most cases, you’re going to need some items to help you out in battle.
To celebrate Monster Hunter Rise shipping more than five million copies globally, Capcom is gifting a commemorative item pack to all the hunters out in the wild. All up, you’ll get 30 Mega Potions, 20 Well-done Steaks, 10 Large Barrel Bombs, 5 Mega Demondrugs, and 5 Mega Armorskins.
First week numbers are in: #MHRise has shipped over 5 million units worldwide!
As a token of our gratitude, we’re giving out a Commemorative Item Pack. ❤️ Check in with Senri the Mailman to claim your Kamura Pack 1. 💌 pic.twitter.com/1NlCFvAylO— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter)
April 7, 2021
This item is only redeemable in the main game of Monster Hunter Rise and will require you to update your copy in order to be claimed. It also can only be claimed once from the Courier.
How has your Monster Hunter experience been so far? Enjoying the hunt? Leave a comment below.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has, unsurprisingly, fine-tuned how she likes to travel. The royal has been on a great many visits alongside her husband Prince Charles. There’s one item she says she always takes when jet-setting.
“The Duchess is touring a community centre where she turns her hand to art, flower-arranging and cooking, and drops in on a yoga class for senior citizens,” wrote Hardman.
“They all obediently freeze in position as she walks in.
“She spots a ‘back brick’ and tells her guide that she never travels without one.
“‘Healthy ageing – that’s what we all need,’ she says cheerfully.”
Yoga bricks are a helpful tool to deepen flexibility and enhance yoga practice by lending the support needed.
Camilla is known to be a fan of yoga and practices the discipline alongside pilates.
While watching the Singapore class she also remarked: “It’s very good for you yoga, isn’t it?
“I do a bit of yoga. A bit of yoga and a bit of Pilates.”
He has previously claimed if more people enjoyed the physical and mental benefits of the discipline the NHS could save on ‘precious and expensive’ resources.
Not everything the royals take away with them focuses on fitness, though.
Telegraph reporter Gordon Rayner, who has attended 20 royal tours, previously reported the pair travel with their own alcohol.
Charles and Camilla sometimes take a secret stash of booze with them when they travel to avoid their drinks being tampered with.
“Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall sometimes take their own alcohol so there’s no danger of their drinks being spiked,” Rayner told Conde Nast Traveler.