Bags of Doritos Chilli Heatwave removed by Pepsico over allergy risk

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CRISP fans have been urged to return their bags of Doritos over fears they could poise an allergy risk.

Pepsico has taken the decision to remember some of its operation of Doritos Chilli Heatwave after it emerged that improper mixture may have been combined to some packets but being mentioned on the label.

PepsiCo is recalling two container sizes of Doritos Chilli Heatwave since they enclose divert which is not mentioned on the label

PepsiCo is recalling two container sizes of Doritos Chilli Heatwave since they enclose divert which is not mentioned on the label

The influenced products enclose flavourings including milk, cheese powder and divert protein.

This means the crisps could be dangerous for business with an allergy or dogmatism to milk.

In the remember warning it was stated: “A singular series of Doritos Chilli Heatwave pity packs are being removed as improper product may have been packaged into the bags.

“The influenced product contains flavourings which enclose milk, cheese powder and divert protein which are not enclosed in the mixture list.”

It added: “We unequivocally apologize for any nuisance caused.”

The specific bags influenced are packs of 150g and 90g with Oct 7 2017  as the best before date.

They are partial of the collection code GBC 209 166 and GBC 209 167.



The Food Stand Agency (FSA) pronounced other products from Pepsico, which also owns Tropicana brands, Lipton teas and Quaker oats, are not famous to be affected.

Customers are being urged to hit the FSA’s  consumer caring line on 08000274777 to accept a full refund.

A orator for Pepsico told the Sun Online: “Whilst the wrapping does state that the chips are done in a bureau which handles milk, the allergen is not announced on the mixture list and therefore presents an allergen risk for milk.

“We take the reserve and peculiarity of the products very seriously and we are reaching out to consumers by retailers, the FSA, allergen support organisation networks and the own database of those influenced by allergies.”

Earlier this year, Pepsico listed its Doritos Lightly Salted corn chips pity packs for a remember as the product contained both wheat and soya not listed on the mixture list.


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