Product recall for food items and some slow cookers, Report

Product recall for food items and some slow cookers, Report

The manufacturer of a premium crisp brand has recalled a batch of its products due to a risk of bags being contaminated with pieces of plastic.

The Food Standards Agency have warned there is a public health risk over the pieces, which are said to look similar to the crisps.

The issue affects five varieties of the snack, which can be returned for a full refund.

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Packets with a best before date of May 28, 2016 are affected, in the following varieties: Lightly Salted 150g, Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar 40g, Mature Cheddar and Red Onion 40g, Lightly Salted multipack (5 x 30g) and Lightly Salted 30g.

Products can be returned with your name and address to Kettle Foods Ltd, Barnard Road, Norwich NR5 9JP.

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