Greggs recalls vegetable bakes due to possible presence of glass – items ‘unsafe to eat’

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A food recall has been issued for frozen Greggs products sold in Iceland stores. Anyone who has bought the affected packs are being urged not to eat them.

Greggs

The product has been recalled as it may contain small pieces of green glass.

This would cause a serious safety risk for anyone who has bought the affected packs.

The warning has only been issued on Vegetable Bakes sold in Iceland branches and does not affect Greggs stores.

Greggs Vegetable Bakes (two pack)

Pack size 310g

Best before August 15, 2021, August 28, 2021, September 11, 2021, September 12, 2021 and September 26, 2021

The Food Standards Agency website states: “Greggs is recalling the above product. The product is sold via Iceland stores.

“The possible presence of glass makes this product unsafe to eat.

“Point of sale notices will be displayed in all Iceland stores.

“These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tells them what to do if they have bought the product.”

Anyone who has purchased one of the recalled packs should not eat any of the items.

Instead, they can be returned to stores for a full refund.

Alternatively, shoppers can contact the customer careline on +44 080 8147 3447 or email [email protected]

Food recalls are issued when a product could pose a potential health or safety risk.

Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s

Ice lollies sold in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Iceland have recently been recalled.

The lollies, by ice cream brand Wall’s, contained milk not declared on the packaging.

Wall’s Twister Peek-A-Blue

Pack size 5 x 70ml multipack, single pack 70ml

Batch code All batches

Best before All dates

Anyone with the affected batches can return the products to stores for a refund.

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