Posted on: December 6, 2016 | Posted in: Latest News
Random sampling, carried out by Southend-on-Sea’s Environmental Health Department led to the prosecution of a London-based cash and carry that supplied peanut powder labelled as almond to a restaurant and has been ordered to pay over £6,000 fines and costs.
The error occurred when an almond mix label was wrongly applied to a box which contained peanut powder.
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