No Cheese Iceland range may contain milk

Lactose intolerance claim No Cheese

Iceland No Cheese range may contain milk that is not mentioned on the label.

Iceland is recalling a range of their ‘No Cheese’ foods as they may contain milk. This can be a serious situation for anyone one with a milk allergy or intolerance.

The products include pizza, pastas and pasties. There is no indication on the label that they may contain milk or milk constituents.

If you have bought any products in this range and have Lactose Intolerance – a milk allergy or intolerance – do not consume them. Iceland ask that all products be returned to your nearest store. They will give a full refund.

Iceland go on to say: “If you have any concerns or queries, please contact the Store Manager or call our Customer Care Line on 0800 328 0800 Option 3.”

The products include:

  • No Cheese 2 Cheese & Onion Pasties
  • No Cheese Houmous Style Sauce Pizza
  • No Cheese Mediterranean Garden Pizza
  • No Cheese MacaroniCheese
  • No Cheese Italian Garden Pizza
  • No Cheese Houmous Pizza

What to do if you suffer a reaction after eating one of these products?

Symptoms of a lactose intolerance can include

  • Wind (farting)
  • Diarrhoea
  • a bloated stomach
  • stomach cramps and pains
  • Stomach rumbling
  • and feeling sick

Not everyone knows they have Lactose Intolerance and it can develop at any time in life. So if you have any of these symptoms and they are severe or persist you should seek medical advice.

If you think you have developed symptoms as a result of consuming any of the above products from Iceland you may be able to make a claim for compensation. We are specialist is all types of food poisoning and intolerance claims. You can contact us for a free, on obligation confidential chat about your situation. We can normally assess very quickly whether you have a cause for making a compensation claim.

For free initial advice please call 01535 958 778, email us, or use the contact form on this page.

For more information on Lactose Intolerance please see the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Lactose-intolerance/