Birds Eye launches urgent chicken nuggets recall
Birds Eye launches urgent recall of 13,000 packets of chicken nuggets that may contain small pieces of PLASTIC
- Frozen giant urges customers not to eat them for safety concerns
- Product recall applies to 790 g packages of whole grain chicken nuggets
- If you have any of the packs in question, avoid eating them and instead return them to the store where you purchased them for a full refund.
Frozen giant urges customers not to eat them for fear they may be harmful
Birds Eye has issued an urgent recall of 13,000 packages of its popular line of chicken nuggets that may contain small pieces of plastic.
The frozen food giant urges customers not to eat them for fear they may be harmful.
The packs are sold in the four major supermarkets, except Tesco, and cost between £ 3-4 each.
They are also sold in the upscale Waitrose chain.
The product recall applies to Birds Eye Golden Whole Grain Chicken Nuggets 790 g packages containing 50 pieces each.
Affected products come with batch code ‘L9208 W V124’, ‘L9208 X V124’, ‘L9208 Y V124’ or ‘L9208 Z V124’.
They also have an expiration date of October 2020, which can be found on the back of the bag.
Customers are asked to avoid eating the nuggets and return them to the store where they were purchased instead for a full refund.
Customers are asked to avoid eating the nuggets and return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund.
In a statement posted on the Food Standards Agency website, the frozen brand said, “Birds Eye apologizes for the inconvenience to all of our consumers.
“The presence of plastic makes this product unsafe to eat. “
Birds Eye has stated that all of its other lot codes and products are safe for consumption.