No babies were harmed but in all, 42,000 jars of Heinz baby food … It comes after the companies discovered a … Cow and Gate baby food recalled in January 2020. Wright contaminated jars of baby food in Tesco stores between May of 2018 and February of this year. ... of metal in a jar of Heinz sweet and sour chicken baby food… Cow & Gate and big four retailer Tesco have launched a voluntary recall of 15 varieties of baby food over concerns that some of the jars might have been tampered with. ... contaminated jars of Heinz baby food between 2018 and February, and sent dozens of emails and letters to Tesco in a … This recall involved Heinz and Tesco removing from sale all of the 7+ months Heinz By Nature baby food range after the discovery that a jar had been tampered with as two sharp metal fragments were found in the pot. One jar of the 200g “By Nature” Heinz baby food was found to have a number of sharp metal fragments inside. Metal Fragments Found in Heinz Baby Food. This prompted Tesco to recall nearly all the 200g jars of the food. Thankfully no babies were injured as a result of his plot. Prosecutors said Nigel Wright, 45, contaminated jars of Heinz baby food between 2018 and February, and sent dozens of emails and letters to Tesco in … The 45-year-old hatched a plot to get rich by deliberately contaminating jars of Heinz baby food between May 2018 and February 2020, the Old Bailey heard. In a joint statement, Heinz and Tesco issued the following apology and warning to customers: “Safety is our No 1 priority. Single jar in 7+ months Heinz By Nature baby food range found to be ‘tampered with’ Rebecca Smithers Consumer affairs correspondent Wed … Tesco had to issue a product recall after two mothers reported discovering pieces of metal in jars of Heinz baby food. Aug 20th 2020 12:13PM. No babies were harmed but in all, 42,000 jars of Heinz baby food were recovered PUBLISHED ON October 13, 2020 Nigel Wright planted jars of the contaminated baby food in Tesco grocery stores and sent dozens of letters and emails to the supermarket company in a bid to extort 1.4 million pounds ($1.8 million) in bitcoin between 2018 and February. Prosecutors said Nigel Wright, 45, contaminated jars of Heinz baby food between 2018 and February, and sent dozens of emails and letters to Tesco in … ... a product recall … Heinz and Tesco are voluntarily recalling all 7 months+ Heinz by Nature baby food range due to a tampering issue. Two mothers came forward after finding the metal shards in jars of Heinz baby food bought from the chain, with one being found in Rochdale and the other being found in Lockerbie. Thursday 20 August 2020, 12:27pm ... jars of Heinz baby food between May 2018 and February 2020, the Old Bailey heard.