Supermarkets, retailers, and companies recall items due to health and safety issues. Normally, when an item is recalled, customers are advised to return it to stores where a full refund will be given.
Tesco is recalling various items, including earphones, books, and food products.
The company issued a statement to explain that a pair of wireless earphones sold at its stores is unsafe to use.
It said: “Kondor Limited is recalling KitSound Funk25 wireless earbuds.
“This is because there is a risk of the charging case overheating if it’s connected to a power source that’s more than five volts.”
The supermarket added customers should “stop using this product immediately”.
Tesco is also recalling a Ladybird Book called ‘Duggee and the Dinosaurs’.
Due to a manufacturing fault on some copies, the foil on the book cover can be peeled off and be a hazard for young children.
As for food products, Tesco is recalling its Cottage Pie baby food because it may contain pieces of blue plastic.
The product has a best before date of June 12, 2022, and the supermarket has advised customers to bring it back to stores if they have bought it.
Spar has issued a food recall on its Enjoy Local Coconut Jam Delights.
This is due to the presence of undeclared sulphites.
The product is therefore a possible health risk for anyone with a sensitivity to sulphur dioxide and sulphites, the FSA said.
The coconut jam delights have a best before date of July 23, 2021, and come in a multi-pack.
The Spar branches selling the items are located in Northern Ireland only.