SuperValu has issued an urgent recall notice for a wide range of its baked goods due to the potential presence of metal.
A statement from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland confirmed the news this afternoon.
He said: “As a precaution, SuperValu is recalling certain lots of in-store bakery products listed in the table below at only four of its stores. “
The stores in question are:
- SuperValue Lucan,
- SuperValue Knocklyon
- SuperValu north side
- SuperValue Kilmainham
This is due to the potential presence of a piece of metal. Point of sale recall notices are posted in affected stores.
The following items are affected:
- 4 x apple slices (preferably eaten before 7/25/21)
- 4 x carrot slices (preferably eaten before 7/25/21)
- 4 x slices of chocolate (to be consumed preferably before 7/26/21)
- 4 x slices of caramel (to be consumed preferably before 7/26/21)
- 4 x lemon slice (best before 7/26/26)
- 4 x Rhubarb and Custard Slice (Expiration date 24/7/21)
- 4 x slice of jam and coconut (best before 7/26/21)
- 3 x slices of chocolate cookies (best before 7/27/21)
- 4x brownie slices (preferably eaten before 7/26/21)
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