The Co-op supermarket is recalling chicken and stuffing sandwiches over fears they may contain metal.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned shoppers not to eat the product and notices for the recall went up yesterday.
Customers are being asked to return the products to the store.
FSA warned: ”Co-op is recalling chicken and stuffing sandwich due to the possible presence of metal.
“The possible presence of metal makes this product unsafe to eat.”
A statement on the FSA website reads: ”If you have bought the above product do not eat it.
“Instead, return the product to nearest Co-op store for a refund or contact customer care."
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If you have bought a chicken and stuffing sandwich return the product to nearest Co-op store for a refund or contact: 0800 0686 727 or [email protected]
Daily Star Online has contacted Co-op for comment.
Last month, Muller was forced to recall several yoghurt products over fears they too contained metal.
A list of 14 items were included within the recall and consumers were able to return them to various shops to be able to get a refund.
And Sainsbury's issued two major recalls after products were labelled incorrectly, making them dangerous to certain allergy sufferers.
A food recall was also issued for Marks & Spencer’s M&S Chicken Bites product as the items may contain egg which is not mentioned on the label.
FSA warned: “Marks & Spencer is recalling M&S Chicken Bites because they contain egg which is not mentioned on the label.
“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to egg.”
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