A1 packing and related products can be found at any supermarket in the UK.
They are used to store and store-up items, like clothing and shoes, which can be easily transported and packed to your home.
But in the past year, some products, like cereal, have come to the attention of the UK’s food safety watchdog after it was revealed that a packet of biscuits labelled “Bread” contained one of the most dangerous ingredients in the world, thalidomide.
“We don’t know exactly what the risk is and it is a concern but it is an issue that needs to be taken seriously,” said Mr Davies.
“It is a serious risk to the public.”
A spokeswoman for the FSA said the agency had launched a series of investigations into A1 products in the last year.
“The FSA’s food hygiene and safety team is monitoring all products containing the Bt toxin for any possible risk,” she said.
“These products must be tested to confirm they do not contain the toxin and that there is no risk to public health.”
Banned BtT toxin A1 flour is manufactured in the USA1 flour has been used in some foods since the late 1990s.
It is believed that it has been banned in some parts of the US because it can be used in a variety of products including cereals, flour and pasta, to name just a few.
“A1 products are used in many foods in the United States,” the Food and Drug Administration said in a statement in 2016.
“However, the BT toxin is not allowed in A1 food products because it is believed to be harmful to human health.”
It is important to note that A1 flours are not considered to be processed foods and are not allowed to be stored at room temperature.
They must be stored for at least one year, or when kept in a cool, dry place, but in some cases it can take up to a year before they can be consumed.BTS flour is also known as the Btk toxin, and it can cause severe health problems if consumed.
“Although it has not been proven to cause a health issue, consumers should be aware that it is considered a toxin and should not be consumed by anyone,” the FSA website said.
This article originally appeared on ABC News.