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Learn more about the urgent recall of the Co-Op meal, and how to make a no win no fee food allergy claim today. 
Our personal injury solicitors can report that, on Monday 8th November, the Food Standard Agency has announced an urgent recall of Co-op Salmon En Croute because of undeclared prawns in the product which poses an allergy risk to customers with crustacean and shellfish allergies. 
 
The undeclared prawns (crustaceans) are not mentioned on the label, and the batches that are affected are those with a use-by date of 11th November 2021 and 12th November 2021. As a result, Co-op is recalling the above product from customers and has contacted the relevant allergy support organisations, which will tell their members about the recall. 

What does the law say on food labelling and allergens? 

This failure to include the allergens in the product labelling is in breach of the newly introduced legislation regarding the labelling of pre-packaged food. From 1st October 2021, the UK Food Information Amendment Act, also known as Natasha’s Law, came into effect in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The new act requires food businesses to include a full list of the ingredients on the packaging of food sold on their premises, as well as highlighting any allergens in the product. 
 
This new legislation means that food businesses will have a legal obligation to include a number of pieces of information about their food on the packaging. 
 
This includes: 
 
A full ingredient list 
The name of the food 
An emphasis on all the allergenic ingredients 

What are the common symptoms of a food allergy from undeclared shell fish? 

Whilst everyone is different, and may suffer different reactions as a result of a food allergy, the symptoms of a food allergy almost always develop a few seconds or minutes after eating the undeclared shellfish. 
 
Some people may develop a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis), which can be life-threatening. 
 
Other symptoms include: 
 
tingling or itching in the mouth 
a raised, itchy red rash (hives) – in some cases, the skin can turn red and itchy, but 
without a raised rash 
swelling of the face, mouth (angioedema), throat, or other areas of the body 
difficulty swallowing 
wheezing or shortness of breath 
nasal congestion 
feeling dizzy and lightheaded 
fainting 
feeling sick (nausea) or vomiting 
stomach cramps, abdominal pain, or diarrhea 
hay fever-like symptoms, such as sneezing or itchy eyes (allergic conjunctivitis) 

Make a NO WIN NO FEE food allergy claim with MG Legal today: 

MG Legal’s no win no fee solicitors have settled hundreds of food allergy compensation claims for our clients. If you have suffered an allergic reaction from undeclared crustaceans, whether it was mild or life-threatening, then you could be eligible to make a NO WIN NO FEE food allergy claim today with our specialist solicitors. If you are wondering, ‘do I have a claim for food allergy compensation?’ then do not hesitate to contact our no win no fee solicitors, for a no fuss, no obligation chat. 
 
Here at MG Legal, our no win no fee solicitors have over 30 years’ experience in winning compensation for clients who contact us to make a food allergy claim, and have a success rate of over 99% for all of the claims that we accept on a no win no fee basis. We accept all of our food allergy claims on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, allowing to you obtain the financial compensation that you deserve at no financial risk. 
 
To speak to a specialist food allergy solicitor about making a food allergy claim on a free, no-obligation basis, simply contact us online here and speak to a friendly, no win no fee solicitor, within one working hour. 
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