Asda recall gluten-free products that may actually contain gluten

Asda's gluten-free garlic and coriander naan bread is one of the affected products Credit: Asda

Asda has recalled a number of gluten-free products, warning they could actually contain the protein composite.

The supermarket giant said the problem had been caused by a production site using an incorrect flour batch.

It warned there could be a possible health risk to anyone who was allergic or had an intolerance to gluten.

The products affected are:

  • Asda Free From 2 Pizza Bases with best before code of either 26.06.2015 or 30.06.2015

  • Asda Free From Garlic &Coriander Naan Breads with best before code of either 03.07.2015, 07.07.2015 or 09.07.2015

  • Asda Free From 4 White Pitta Bread with best before code of either 26.06.2015, 30.06.2015 or 02.07.2015.

Anyone who has purchased these products has been urged to return them to their nearest store to receive a full refund. They do not need their receipt.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused and will ensure this doesn't happen again.

Asda spokeswoman
  • Asda Customer Relations – 0800 952 0101