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Lloyd Grossman Curry Sauce Recall

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3:39pm 14th November 2011

We are being warned not to eat jars of one of LLoyd Grossman's curry sauces,  because it is feared it could be contaminated with bacteria.

It is after two children ended up in hospital with botulism.

Bosses say a batch of the brand's Korma sauce is being re-called as a precaution:

 

BATCH CODE 1218R

Best Before End FEB 2013

 

You can more details from the manufacturers here

3:39pm 14th November 2011

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