Tesco issues urgent recall of biscuits which could contain pieces of metal

Tesco issues urgent recall of biscuits which could contain pieces of metal


TESCO has issued an urgent recall of packs of biscuits that could contain pieces of metal.

The supermarket warned customers who have bought the product not to eat them.

Shoppers who have purchased the Tesco Free From digestive biscuits should return them to the store.

The grocer said the biscuits could contain small pieces of metal.

The affected product has a best before date of March 2023, and comes in a 160g pack size.

Packets with other best before dates or weights are not impacted by the warning.


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You can return the biscuits to the store where you bought them for a full refund, and you don't need a receipt.

If you need more information, you should contact Tesco customer services on 0800 505 555.

The supermarket apologised to customers for "any inconvenience caused" by the recall.

Tesco issued a product warning last month over fears a batch of butter could contain E.coli.

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Meanwhile, shoppers were recently told that eating smoked salmon, and other kinds of smoked fish, could cause food poisoning.

The Food Standards Agency issued a warning after the products were linked to a listeria outbreak.

Kinder has been forced to recall several products due to salmonella risks, after more than 63 people became ill.

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