Warburtons Recalled Some Packs of 6 Crumpets

Aluminum may enter the food chain as contaminant. Pieces of metal like aluminum are not digestible and may pose hazards to human health. Any food discovered or suspected for aluminum contamination should be recalled immediately:

Warburtons has recalled some packs of its own-brand 6 Crumpets with a ‘best before’ date of 22 November 2010 and 23 November 2010, because the product might contain small pieces of aluminium. The Agency has issued a Product Information Recall Notice advising consumers not to eat the product.

The product being recalled is:crumpets recall

Product: Warburtons 6 Crumpets
Best before: 22 November 2010 and 23 November 2010
Batch code (the two lines of code printed next to the best before date): First line of code ends with ‘W’ and second line of code ends with ‘3’
Products with the above best before dates that do not have the two lines code ending with ‘W’ and ‘3’ are not unaffected.

Warburtons has recalled the affected product from consumers. The affected product has been distributed within Yorkshire, Lancashire, Merseyside, West Midlands, North Wales and Greater Manchester only.

Product recall notices have been displayed on the company’s website and in the national press today, Wednesday 17 November 2010, explaining to customers why the product has been recalled and how they can get a full refund.

For more information, customers can call freephone 0800 377 7714, or write to:

Customer Care
Warburtons Ltd
Hereford House
Hereford Street
Bolton BL1 8JB

No other Warburtons products are known to be affected.

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