Supermarkets have recalled bags of frozen vegetables over fears they could contain a deadly bacteria.
You can find the full list of products being recalled on the Food Standard Agency's website.
The Kesko Group that owns Finland's chain of K stores says the bacteria has been traced to two of its Menu-brand products: a two and a half kilo bag of frozen sweet corn and a bag of a mix of frozen peas, corn and paprika.
The recall stated that the products listed "might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes".
Consumers are advised not to each these batches and instead return the product to the store.
It is feared the frozen vegetables could contain listeria monocytogenes, which can cause listeriosis, a rare illness responsible for the death of two people in the United Kingdom past year.
"The recall initiative of these products does not imply that they are actually contaminated, and Greenyard is committed to taking a maximum of precautionary measures as food safety is Greenyard's number one priority and Greenyard wants its commitment to food safety to be clear towards its customers and end consumers".
The FSA advised anyone who has purchased the products affected by the recall not to eat them and to return them to wherever they were sold.
Health authorities in the United Kingdom, where 43 products have been recalled due to the Listeria risk, say that all frozen vegetables should be cooked thoroughly before eating, including those that will be added to salads, smoothies and dips.
Listeria is a harmful bacteria, especially to the elderly, pregnant women and babies, which can lead to bacterial meningitis.
They add that point of sale notices will be displayed in all stores selling these products. It relates to a specific type of listeria, which might incur health risks in case frozen vegetables are not properly cooked before consumption.