Several supermarkets are pulling a string of popular products - including lasagne, pizza and baby food - from the shelves.

Iceland, Spar, Lidl and the Co-Op have issued urgent product recalls, while revealing the products affected.

According to BirminghamLive, these are the products impacted by the current recall.

Iceland - vegetable lasagne

Iceland Vegetable Lasagne, food recall

Iceland is recalling batches of vegetable lasagne over fears it may contain pieces of rubber or plastic.

The frozen food retailer issued the alert for batches of the lasagne with a best before date of August 3, 2021.

The product comes in a 500g pack size and originated in France.

A notice posted on the Food Standards Agency website read: "Iceland is recalling the above batch of its Vegetable Lasagne, due to the possible presence of plastic/rubber.

"Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores supplied with the implicated batches."

The food watchdog added: "The product may contain small pieces of plastic or rubber which may make the product unsafe to eat."

The Co-op - Sticky toffee pudding

The Co-op has recalled the Gro Sticky Toffee Puddings due to the glass ramekin containing the product possibly breaking when heated in the microwave.

A spokesman for the Food Standards Agency said: "The glass ramekin containing the product may break when heated in the microwave, which could present a safety risk."

The pack size for the product is 190g (2x95g) and the use by dates are between February 19 to March 12 2020.

Lidl - baby food

Lidl

Lidl and Lidl Northern Ireland are recalling several pouches of baby food.

Parents will routinely head to Lidl in a bid to save cash and get their weekly shop for less.

Lidl has confirmed it has withdrawn Lupilu Organic Baby Food Pouches from its shelves, though.

The supermarket giant has issued an urgent product recall due to the possible presence of mould in the products.

Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling this product.

These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product.

Lupilu baby food recall from Lidl, presence of mould in the product

If you have bought any of the above products do not give it to your baby.

Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

The following products have been affected and should be returned to your local store:

Lupilu Organic Baby Fruit Pouches, Stage 1

Pack size 120g

Batch code All

Best before All

Lupilu Organic Baby Fruit & Veg Pouches, Stage 1

Pack size 120g

Batch code All

Best before All

Lupilu Organic Baby Apple Pouches, Stage 1

Pack size 5 packs (5 x 90g)

Batch code All

Best before All

Lupilu Organic Baby Breakfast Pouches, Stage 2

Pack size 100g

Batch code All

Best before All

Nestle - Ski yoghurts

Nestle has issued an urgent product recall on batches of its Ski yogurts variety pack over fears they contain bits of rubber.

Shoppers who've bought affected batches are being urged not to eat them in case they could become a choking hazard.

Four different flavoured yogurts are included in each pack, which are made with real chunks of fruit.

NESTLE SKI YOGURT VARIETY PACK WITH FRUIT PIECES

The four flavours are strawberry, peach, apricot and raspberry and cost £1 from supermarkets including Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons.

The warning over the dairy snacks was issued after Nestle's fruit supplier alerted manufacturers that the food may contain small pieces of black rubber.

This is following an "isolated incident" during the manufacturing process.

Affected batches weigh 480g - made up of four 120g individual pots - and have a use by date of February 21, 22, 28 and 29, and March 6, 7 and 13.

The dates can be found on the bottom right hand corner of the cardboard sleeve and on the top of each yogurt pot lid.

Shoppers who have the yogurts at home are advised to send the outer cardboard sleeve or a pot lid printed with any of these use by dates on them to the manufacturers in exchange for a full refund.

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The address is: Ski Yogurt Recall, Freepost Consumer Services, Nestle UK ltd, York.

Shoppers can also contact the customer care team on 0800 00 30.

You do not need to include your shopping receipt to be eligible for your money back.

In a recall notice issued on the Food Standards Agency website, Nestle said: "The safety and quality of our products are non-negotiable priorities for our company.

"We sincerely apologise to our consumers for the inconvenience caused by this voluntary recall."