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Examples of sesame-containing foods 

 

P&B (Foods) Limited recalls Heera Rewdi and Heera Sweet Makhana because of undeclared allergens 

P&B (Foods) limited is recalling Heera Rewdi because they contain sesame and Heera Sweet Makhana because they contain sulphites, neither allergens are mentioned on the label. 
 
This means the products are a possible health risk for anyone with and allergy to sesame and/or a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites. 
 
If you have unknowingly consumed a recalled product, and have suffered from an allergic reaction of any kind as a result, then you could be entitled to financial compensation through a food allergy compensation claim. Contact us here to speak to a specialist food allergy solicitor. 

What are the symptoms of a food allergy? 

The severity of an allergic reaction to food products can vary from person-to-person, however, the most common symptoms include: 
 
- Tingling or itchy mouth 
- Hives (a raised, itchy, red rash or sometimes an itchy, red rash with no raising) 
- A dizzy and lightheaded feeling 
- Nausea and/or vomiting 
- Anaphylaxis 
 
You can find out the full symptoms of an allergic reaction on the NHS website, here

Suffered an allergic reaction from undeclared sulphites? 

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Hammonds of Knutsford recalls BuzzBallz Choc Tease Cocktail because of undeclared milk and sulphites 

Hammonds of Knutsford is recalling BuzzBallz Choc Tease Cocktail because it contains milk and sulphites which are not mentioned on the label. 
 
This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents and/or a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and/or sulphites. 

Action taken by the company 

Hammonds of Knutsford is recalling the above product from customers and has been advised to contact the relevant allergy support organisations, which will tell their members about the recall. 
 
The company has issued a point-of-sale notice to its customers. These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product. 
 
For more information contact BuzzBallz UK c/o Hammonds of Knutsford on 01565 872872. 

Suffered an allergic reaction from undeclared milk or sulphates? 

If you have suffered an allergic reaction from undeclared milk or sulphates, contact us here to speak to a specialist food allergy solicitor. 
 
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Sulphite allergy and the diet 

London hospital rolls out life-saving allergy bags in schools 

A hospital has set up a scheme to provide life-saving ‘EpiPens’ to hundreds of primary and secondary schools in South London. 
 
The emergency allergy bag scheme, set up by medics at St George’s Hospital, provides assistance to children who have a reaction and their EpiPen is unavailable or has expired. 
 
School staff also receive training from doctors on how to respond if a child suffers a severe allergic reaction. 
 
The allergy bag scheme has been rolled out to 140 schools in the boroughs of Wandsworth and Merton. 
 
Up to 40 per cent of children in the UK have an allergic condition, with the four most common including food allergy, eczema, asthma and hay fever. 
Matt and Sally Walker said the scheme helped to provide reassurance as their 15-year-old son has a severe allergy to peanuts and soya protein. 
 
Mr Walker said: “As a parent of a child with life-threatening food allergies it's a constant worry and we have had several events where Charlie has needed quick intervention, but it is a great reassurance that St George’s has put this programme in place in local schools" 
 
He went on to say "Having the allergy emergency bags containing spare adrenaline devices and training all staff how to spot signs of serious allergic reactions and how to administer EpiPens will save lives. I am very grateful to St George’s for raising awareness of the severity of food allergies." 
 
Mr Walker's son Charlie said: “As someone who has had several allergic reactions and has been lucky enough to be treated at school, I know first-hand how valuable this knowledge and resource is. Allergic reactions can vary so much, and food labelling and serving staff information isn't always quite as obvious or good as it should be.” 

Why the scheme has been set up 

The St George’s team set the emergency allergy bag scheme up in response to two deaths in north London schools in 2016 in which the Coroner concluded that, in both cases, there had been failure to recognise anaphylaxis, a delay in treatment of the reactions and problems with the storage and monitoring of emergency medications. 
 
Legislation to allow schools to purchase spare adrenaline autoinjectors has been in place since 2017. 
 
But a local survey performed by St George’s in 2019 found that only a third of schools had purchased spare adrenaline autoinjectors. It also found that the storage and management of allergy medications were not meeting guidelines and the training of staff was inadequate. 

What the Consultant in Paediatric Allergy Medicine at St George’s thinks. 

Dr Rosy Wells, Consultant in Paediatric Allergy Medicine at St George’s and Project Lead, said: “The emergency allergy bags and training sessions for staff members and school nurses are designed to ensure that if a child suffers from a severe allergic reaction at school, the staff are able to recognise the reaction and have the skills and medication to treat anaphylaxis until the paramedics arrive." 
 
“Allergies are a cause of significant anxiety for a food allergic child and their parents or guardians and can have a huge impact on their quality of life." 
 
“The scheme provides reassurance to children and their parents that school staff are regularly trained and that emergency adrenaline autoinjectors are available if needed. It also created increased awareness about food allergies and anaphylaxis in schools for everyone.” 

Suffered an allergic reaction from undeclared allergens? 

If you have suffered from an allergic reaction due to undeclared allergens or ingredients in a food product contact us here, as you could be entitled to financial compensation through a food allergy compensation claim. 
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