Quorn recalls mince over fears it contains metal pieces – BBC News

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Quorn Food is echoing 12,000 containers of its frozen meat-free mince over fears it may contain small articles of metal. The Food Standards Agency alerted purchasers not to eat the make because it represents an refuge risk.

The recall only alters commodities sold at Tesco collects and does not include goods bought before 27 February 2017. The 300 g containers have a best-before time of 31 August 2018 and a batch code of 136331.

Quorn Foods said it was a precautionary measure resulting from an “isolated make issue.” No other Quorn commodities are changed. Customers are advised to return the make to Tesco where they will get a full rebate.


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