A further 59 lines have been added to the Food Standards Agency’s ever-growing list of dangerous foods, which now stands at almost 420.
The latest additions again affect Jersey, with more Waitrose items, Morrisons foods and many McDonald’s sauces affected.
At the weekend, Checkers, the Co-op, Safeway/Morrisons and Marks and Spencer removed many items from their shelves.
Most were ready meals, such as shepherd’s pie, sausage and mash or some curries, but salad dressings, dips and pot noodles were also affected.
The problem has been located to a large batch of chilli powder that was imported to the UK from India in 2002.
This contained a banned dye called Sudan I, which is normally used in petrol and shoe polish.
The powder was used in the production of huge batches of Worcester sauce, which is an ingredient in many supermarket foods.