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Tesco urgently recalls children’s toy set – ‘could be a hazard to young children’

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A product recall is issued when there is a discovery made about the item that is deemed unsafe to the consumer. The latest recall comes from Tesco who issued a statement onto their website about a children’s toy set.

The supermarket giant is recalling the Science4you Space Expedition set after concerns surrounding the torch included in the set.

Tesco said: “Vivid Imaginations Ltd is recalling the Science4you Space Expedition set.

“This is because the torch included in the set could be a hazard to young children if the battery cover isn’t put on correctly.”

It contains 37 pieces of content as well as a 36-page educational book, with over 15 experiments for children to try out.

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Tesco went on: “We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused. If you’d like more information, please call Tesco Customer Services on 0800 505 555 (UK) or 1800 248 123 (ROI).

“If you want to speak to the supplier directly, please email info@science4youtoys.com or call +4433 08087441.”

No other sets are thought to be affected by this issue.

Tesco isn’t the only retailer to have a product recall in place at the moment.

Brand: Garden Bright

Product code: 711631

EAN Barcode: 4088600390703 White

Brand: Garden Bright

Product code: 711631

EAN Barcode: 4088600390710 Amber

Customers who have purchased this product can return it to their nearest Aldi store for a full refund.

Aldi added: “We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.”

The discount supermarket is also recalling its Mamia Organic Carrot Puffs 20g and Mamia Organic Tomato Wheels 20g due to the possible presence of milk that isn’t mentioned on the label.

Supermarkets will often issue recall statements on their websites.

Affected items tend to be pulled from shelves as soon as the recall is used.

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