Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons are among major supermarkets urgently recalling a string of products amid fears they could pose a danger to people's health.

Smoked salmon ridden with deadly bacteria and granulated sugar which may contain small pieces of metal are among a long list of items being recalled by supermarket giants.

Customers are also urged to return fermented Tropicana juice and Quorn burgers containing undeclared allergens among other products, Cambridgeshire Live reports.

You should check your shelves and fridges for the following items and return them to the store for a full refund if necessary.

This is the full list of items being recalled to major supermarkets:

Tereos UK Granulated Sugar

There could be small pieces of metal in some Sainsbury's sugar packs

Tereos UK is which supplies sugar to Sainsbury's, Iceland and Poundland is recalling granulated sugar due to the possible presence of small metal pieces in some packs.

Product details:

- Whitworths Granulated Sugar

- Pack size: 5kg

- Batch code: FS02U81783, FS02U81853

Product details:

- Whitworths Granulated Sugar

- Pack size: 1kg

- Batch code: F201U81873

Product details:

- Whitworths Granulated Sugar

- Pack size: 5kg

- Batch code: FS02U81783, FS02U81853

Product details:

- by Sainsbury’s White Granulated Sugar

- Pack size: 1kg

- Batch code: F404U81693, F404U81702, F404U81712, F404U81713, F404U81703, F201U81733, F201U81762, F201U81763, F201U81772, F201U81773, F201U81782, F201U81783, F201U81792, F201U81793, F201U81802, F201U81803, F201U81832, F201U81833, F201U81842, F201U81843, F201U81852, F201U81853, F201U81862, F201U81863, F201U81872, F201U81973, F201U81983, F201U81993, F201U82002, F201U82003, F201U82013, F201U82042, F201U82043, F201U82052

Product details:

- by Sainsbury’s White Granulated Sugar

- Pack size:5kg

- Batch code: FS02U81693, FS02U81703, FS02U81713, FS02U81723, FS02U81772, FS02U81773, FS02U81782, FS02U81783, FS02U81833, FS02U81842, FS02U81843, FS02U81852, FS02U81862, FS02U81863, FS02U81872, FS02U81902, FS02U81903, FS02U81912, FS02U81913, FS02U81922, FS02U81942, FS02U81943, FS02U81972, FS02U81973, FS02U81983, FS02U81993, FS02U82003

Product details:

- by Sainsbury’s White Granulated Sugar

- Pack size: 500g

- Batch code: F401U81772, F401U81773, F401U81782, F401U81783, F401U81792, F401U81802, F401U81972, F401U81973, F401U81982, F401U81983

If you have bought any of the above product do not eat them. Instead, return the product to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

Smoked salmon listeria warning

Smoked salmon is being recalled amid fears it contains deadly bacteria

Ewing Seafoods has recalled a batch of its Organic smoked salmon after finding it contains deadly bacteria listeria monocytogenes which can cause meningitis and presents a major risk to unborn babies.

A FSA spokesman said: "Symptoms caused by this organism can be similar to flu and include high temperature, muscle ache or pain, chills, feeling or being sick and diarrhoea.

"However, in rare cases, the infection can be more severe, causing serious complications, such as meningitis.

"Some people are more vulnerable to listeria infections, including those over 65 years of age, pregnant women and their unborn babies, babies less than one month old and people with weakened immune systems."

Questions and answers on listeriosis from Public Health England

Why has this product been recalled?

Consuming food contaminated with Listeria bacteria can cause an infection called listeriosis, although this is rare with around 180 cases occurring each year in England and Wales. In most people, listeriosis comprises mild symptoms but in certain at risk groups infection can be more severe. These food products have therefore been recalled as a precautionary measure to prevent possible illness.

What are the symptoms of listeriosis?

The majority of healthy people will be unaffected but some people may develop symptoms of gastroenteritis such as abdominal cramps, diarrhoea and/or mild flu-like symptoms including a high temperature. These symptoms usually pass within three days without the need for treatment.

More rarely and usually in at risk individuals infection may spread to the blood or central nervous system leading to bacteraemia and/or meningitis and more severe symptoms.

Who is at risk?

Otherwise healthy individuals may develop symptoms of gastroenteritis but this normally gets better by itself without medical intervention and usually there is no progression to more severe disease.

Certain groups are more vulnerable and include:

• people over 65 years of age

• pregnant women and their unborn babies

• babies less than one month old

• people with a weakened immune system, such as those with HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes, kidney or liver disease

• People on immunosuppressant therapies, such as steroids, chemotherapy and other types of immunodulanting agents such as monoclonal antibody or anti TNF therapies

What should I do if I have consumed some of the recalled food product?

Fit and healthy individuals need do nothing further. If you have mild diarrhoeal symptoms these should clear up and normally do not require medical treatment. If you develop a temperature and/or flu- like symptoms you should seek medical advice.

Persons with a weakened immune system (see at risk groups Q3) who have no symptoms need do nothing further. The incubation period of listeriosis can be up to 70 days. If you develop a symptoms of gastroenteritis and a temperature or flu- like symptoms during this period you should seek medical advice immediately.

Which batch is affected?

Listeria monocytogenes has been found in two batches of Organic Smoked Salmon.

As a precautionary measure, Ewing Seafoods is recalling further batches of Organic Smoked Salmon and Original Recipe Smoked Salmon, as they may also be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes

No other Ewing Seafoods products are known to be affected.

What do I do if I have bought this?

Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling these products.

You should return the product to the store you bought it with your receipt.

Sainsbury's filled breakfast biscuits

Sainsbury's is one of many supermarkets recalling products around the country
Sainsbury's own-brand breakfast biscuits have been recalled because they may contain an allergen which is not declared on the label.

The supermarket's Coconut & Yogurt Filled Breakfast Biscuits and Cocoa Filled Breakfast Biscuits could contain sesame.

The recall is affecting 186g boxes of both biscuits.

Affected item codes

  • Coconut and yoghurt biscuits - 07749425
  • Cocoa biscuits - 07749431

In packs with these codes, all date codes are affected.

If you have bought these products and have an allergy or intolerance to sesame, you can return them to your nearest store and receive a full refund.

No other products have been affected by this recall.

Quorn

Quorn is recalling packs of 2 Gluten Free Burgers because they contain undeclared gluten

Quorn is recalling packs of 2 Gluten Free Burgers because they contain undeclared gluten which is not mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to gluten. No other Quorn products are known to be affected.

Product details:

- Quorn 2 Gluten Free Burgers

- Pack size: 2 pack (227g)

- Batch code: 708049

- Best before: November 30 2019

If you have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to gluten do not eat it.

Bradbury & Son (Buxton) Lo-Col

Bradbury & Son (Buxton) Ltd are recalling batches of Lo-Col, cheese alternative, because the product contains milk which is not emphasised on the labelling.

This means the product is a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk. No other Bradbury & Son (Buxton) products are known to be affected.

Product details:

- Bradbury & Son (Buxton) Lo-Col

- Pack size: 195g

- Best before: end dates: 19 September 2018, 1 October 2018, 3 October 2018, 7 October 2018, 9 October 2018

This product contains milk making it a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.

Tropicana

A batch of Tropicana juice has been recalled amid fears it's fermented

As a precautionary measure, PepsiCo is undertaking a recall of its Tropicana Trop 50 Multivitamins Juice, due to fermentation.

This is causing spoilage of the implicated batch. No other PepsiCo products are known to be affected.

Spoilage of the product. Bottles may appear bloated, sediment may be present, or the juice may taste fizzy. The flavour of the product is also likely to be noticeably impacted.

Product details:

  • PepsiCo Tropicana Trop 50 Multivitamins Juice
  • Pack size: 1 litre

If you have bought the product do not drink it.

Asco Dee Thai Crispy Rolls

Asco Foods Ltd is recalling Dee Thai Crispy Rolls - Durian Flavour because it contains sesame which is not mentioned on the label.

This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to sesame. No other Asco Foods Ltd products are known to be affected.

Product details:

- Asco Dee Thai Crispy Rolls

- Pack size: 150g

- Best before: end of August 2019, December 2019, March 2020

If you have bought the above product and have an allergy to sesame, do not eat it. Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

Alternatively you might wish to contact the company by calling 01494 434953 or emailing info@ascofoods.com.