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5 Aug 2019

Aldi recalls cheesecakes over safety concerns

Aldi's Key Lime and Millionaire's cheesecakes recalled because their glass pots could break
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Discount supermarket chain Aldi is recalling two of its Specially Selected cheesecakes as there's a chance that the glass pots containing them could become damaged.

If you've bought either of the puddings do not eat them. Instead, return them to your nearest store where you can get a full refund. Keep reading for more advice on what to do if you've been affected.

From puddings to tumble dryer, take a look at our latest product recall stories to ensure you don't own a recalled product.

Which Aldi desserts are being recalled?

Aldi cheesecakes

All batches of Aldi's Specially Selected 2 Key Lime Cheesecakes (170g) and 2 Millionaire's Cheesecakes (180g) are being recalled, regardless of sell-by dates. No other Aldi products are known to be affected.

Have you eaten an Aldi cheesecake pot?

If you've already consumed the product or thrown it away, you can still get a refund. You just need proof of purchase, whether that's a receipt or online bank statement.

If you've eaten it and are concerned there may have been glass in the cheesecake, seek medical advice. Under theConsumer Protection Act, if you have suffered injury as a result of the defect, you are entitled to claim.

Our detailed guides to food recalls and product recalls explain what to do if you, a friend or family member have been harmed by a dangerous food product.

Your rights with any recalled food

Thanks to the Consumer Rights Act, if you've bought a product that's been recalled due to fears of contamination or allergy concerns, you have the right to a refund.

Under the Act, all goods should be of satisfactory quality, fit for purpose and as described. If you've bought a product that's been recalled, you're entitled to a refund even if it's been in your cupboard or freezer for several months.