Three Loch Arthur Creamery cheeses are being recalled in a potential health risk scare.
It centres on an ingredient, celery, not being mentioned on the labels of Crannog cheese.
The company issued the recall notice last week after the council’s environmental health team became aware of the issue.
Officials say there is a potential health risk and have asked shoppers to return the cheese to the Beeswing farmshop if they have a celery allergy.
People with a food allergy can suffer symptoms ranging from swelling or itching in the face, mouth or throat to life-threatning anaphylaxis.
The products recalled are Crannog with mixed herbs, Crannog with green peppercorns and Crannog with chives dated November 15, 2017.
No other Loch Arthur products are thought to be affected but for further information contact the council’s environmental health services on 030 33 33 3000.