One of these is a scotch egg that has been found to be carrying listeria bacteria in certain batches.
Other products have sparked salmonella fears.
These are the products that supermarkets are warning Britons to avoid.
Products being recalled
Dearne Valley Foods McWurst
These Scotch Eggs are being recalled as Listeria monocytogenes has been found in two matches.
The McWurst Scotch Eggs 2 eggs McWurst Mini Savoury Eggs 12 eggs with a 13-24 September use-by-date have all be recalled.
Listeria infection symptoms include aching muscles, fever, flu-symptoms, nausea and diarrhea.
Tesco Organic Almonds
Items from this line with a batch code L8004010 have been called due to Salmonella traces found in the product.
They shop has warned customers not to eat these.
Dr Zak’s Barn farmed Liquid Egg White
This product has also been recalled due to salmonella being discovered in a batch.
Britons should avoid a 970 ml bottle with the use-by date of 29 December 2018.
Salmonella symptoms include feeling sick, vomiting, diarrhoea, which may contain blood or mucus and a lack of energy and weakness.
These beautify products have been recalled for posing a “serious risk”.
The 1 Hour Express, Classic Vivid, Gentle Routine, Glamorous White, Professional Effects, Supreme Flexfit and Supreme Professional products contain hydrogen peroxide.
Fazila Foods Five-pack large kebab rolls
Fazila Foods Limited are recalling this products for containing certain allergens including milk and sulphites.