Charcuterie Continental recalls a batch of its MacTavish branded Cooked sliced Silverside of Beef and its cooked sliced Honey Ham due to a labelling error

25 April 2016

Risk: Charcuterie Continental has recalled a batch of its MacTavish branded Cooked sliced 80% Silverside of Beef and a batch of its Honey Ham because they have been incorrectly labelled with a ‘best before’ date where they should have a ‘use by’ date of 29 April 2016.  Consuming the product after its intended ‘use by’ date (29 April 2016) could potentially present a risk to health. 

Product Name: 80% Silverside of Beef  

Brand Name: MacTavish

Batch Code: Beef 099 094

Product Name: 85% Honey Ham

Brand Name: MacTavish

Batch Code: Ham: 097 282

Description of Packaging: skin pack

Pack Size: 100g

Durability Date/s or Code: Best before 29/04/16

Country of Origin: Scotland

UK Importer/Distributor: United Wholesale

Manufacturer: Charcuterie Continental Ltd

Packer: Charcuterie Continental Ltd

No other Charcuterie Continental products are known to be affected

 

Action taken by the company:  

The Charcuterie Continental is recalling the affected batch of its MacTavish branded Cooked sliced Silverside of Beef and its cooked sliced Honey Ham due to a labelling error and have produced point-of-sale recall notices which will be displayed in stores where the product is sold.  These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tells them what actions to take if they have bought the product. A copy of the point-of-sale recall notice is attached to this notice. 

Advice to consumers:

If you have bought the above product, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store where you bought it. 

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