Cake mixes among 26 new products used by cafes, pubs and restaurants that are recalled as part of egg contamination furore

Mail Online | 9/7/2017 | Sean Poulter, Consumer Affairs Editor For The Daily Mail
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Cake mixes used by caterers, cafes, pubs, restaurants and hotels have been recalled as result of the European egg contamination scandal.

The products are among 26 identified by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on Thursday that are being withdrawn because they contain traces of the pesticide Fiprinol.

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This is on top of 40 products previously recalled in the UK since evidence of the contamination, which began on farms in Holland and Belgium, emerged a month ago.

Most of the products named yesterday are used in the catering trade to make cakes and other dishes such as quiches and pastries.

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They include several cake mixes - a sponge mix, Madeira cake, and chocolate sponge - sold by the AB Mauri company, which is part of Associated British Foods.

Also on the list are batches of Pistachio Olive Oil Cake sold by a catering supplier called Classic Cuisine.

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Cartons of liquid egg white and liquid egg yolk sold by several suppliers under the Cocovite brand have also...
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