Supermarket bakeries 'unclear on allergies' Three supermarket chains have given confusing or incorrect information on potentially lethal food allergens in their bakeries, the BBC has found.
Branches of Asda, Sainsbury's and Tesco gave wrong or unclear details to Watchdog Live's undercover reporters.
It comes after a 15-year-old girl died after eating a baguette from Pret A Manger, which did not specify the presence of sesame in the sandwich.
The retailers said they would review their labelling and staff training. BBC News