Greggs recalls frozen chicken bakes over fears they could contain plastic

After fears that they might contain plastic, popular bakers Greggs have recalled a famous product sold in Iceland.

The bakery chain alerted shoppers not to eat some of the chicken bakes, for fears they could contain pieces of plastic.

Sold in Iceland, shoppers who've picked up a packet of the Greggs favourite can return them and receive a full refund.

The products typically sell for £2, but some are believed to contain dark coloured plastic and have been recalled as a result.

A notice to customers from the Food Standards Agency said: "lf you have purchased the above product please do not consume. Please return to your nearest Iceland store for a full refund."

You won't need to have a receipt in order to get your money back, and it's just the chicken bakes that are believed to pose a threat.

The bakes affected have a best before date of September 19 2022, and the pack weights 306g with two chicken flavoured bakes found inside.

The products have been recalled for fears customers could choke on the foreign item found within them.

On the Food Standards Agency website, a notice also gives advice to customers and reads: "If you have bought the above product, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund. For more information, contact +44 08081 473 447 or [email protected]"

Iceland's recall comes shortly after Aldi recalled outdoor furniture due to safety issues.

The store saw over a thousand Irish customers purchase products in store, but they've since said they could deteriorate over time and catch fire if exposed to flame.

There are approximately 1549 affected products in the Republic of Ireland, which were sold between 13 February 2022 to 20 April 2022.

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