ICELAND shoppers are being urged to check if they’ve bought Greggs frozen mini sausage rolls because they may contain small pieces of plastic.
The frozen food retailer has issued a recall amid fears shoppers could choke on the plastic.
Iceland Iceland has recalled its Greggs frozen mini sausage rolls because they contain plastic
Iceland says the batch in question is a 433g pack of 16 mini Greggs frozen sausage rolls with a best before date of November 30 2019 and the following batch code: 18334.
If you’ve got one of the packs in question do not eat the sausage rolls. Instead return them to the shop where you purchased them from to get a full refund.
The sausage rolls normally cost £1.79.
Iceland adds that the product is exclusive to Iceland and is not sold elsewhere, and says no other date codes or batches are known to be affected.
The supermarkets says no other Greggs products sold in Iceland or at Greggs are affected either.
In a statement Iceland said: “We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused. If you have any queries please contact Customer Care on 08081 473 447.”
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