Nov 25, 2019
Tesco pulls honey off shelves amid purity concerns
Tesco has temporarily withdrawn pots of its own-brand honey amid concerns that it contains adulterated ingredients. Concerns were raised over the honey, which costs £1.35 per jar, by Richmond council in south-west London, which conducted tests after it was alerted by a member of the public. The council contacted the FSA, which confirmed it was looking into the matter, but has denied it called for Tesco to withdraw the product. The retailer said it has temporarily taken the honey off the shelves for further examination, but insists the product is "100% pure, natural and can be directly traced back to the beekeeper". "We carry out regular tests to ensure our honey meets this standard and is fully compliant with all legal requirements," Tesco said in a statement.
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