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Cow & Gate and Tesco recall 7+ months Cow & Gate baby food jars

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Cow & Gate and Tesco are voluntarily recalling 15 varieties of 7+ month Cow & Gate baby food jars (200g) sold by Tesco stores in the UK, as a precautionary measure following concerns that some jars may have been tampered with.

The recall only involves these varieties sold in Tesco stores in the UK. No other Cow & Gate, Tesco or other branded baby products are affected.

The recall involves the following products bought in UK Tesco stores:

Cow & Gate Butternut Squash Chicken & Pasta 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Courgette & Hake Rice 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Creamy Cauliflower Cheese 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Garden Pea & Turkey 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Potato Spinach & Beef 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Potato & Turkey Roast 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Spaghetti Bolognese 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Succulent Pork Casserole 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Tasty Cottage Pie 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Tomato & Courgette Pasta 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Yummy Harvest Chicken 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Apple Crumble 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Banana Crumble 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Peach Apple & Kiwi 7+ months 200g jar
Cow & Gate Rice Pudding 7+ months 200g jar

Cow & Gate 7+ months jars sold in other retailers’ stores are not affected and no other Cow & Gate baby foods in jars or other packs are involved.

Consumers can continue to buy and use these products bought from other retailers in “complete confidence”, the companies said.

“We regret that this incident has happened and we are sorry for the concern and the inconvenience that this recall may cause,” Tesco and Cow & Gate said.

Anyone with concerns can contact Tesco Customer Services directly on 0800 917 6897 or contact Cow & Gate via Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or speak to a member of the Cow & Gate team directly on 0800 977 8880

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