If you have a food allergy, you definitely will be familiar with checking the list of ingredients of anything you want to eat. Eating something you’re allergic to can lead to dangerous encounters.
Recently the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has issued a recall on a batch of Doritos crisps after it was found that “it contains soya which is not accurately declared on the label”.
“Although this product includes precautionary allergen labelling for soya, it is undeclared in the ingredients list and may pose a risk to people with an allergy to soya,” the FSAI states on their website.
How to know if your Doritos may be affected
The FSAI recalled 180g packets of ‘Tangy Cheese’ flavoured crisps with a best before date of 06/06/2020.
If you have purchased a packet with a best before code of 13/06/2020 and after, you can relax; your packet is not affected by this.
What to do if you have purchased an affected packet of ‘Tangy Cheese’ flavoured Doritos?
If you do have a packet of crisps with a best before date of 06/06/2020, return it to the shop or location you bought it from.