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MORRISONS’ WAFER THIN COOKED CHICKEN RECALLED OVER METAL FEARS

One of the country’s major supermarkets, Morrisons, is recalling its wafer thin cooked chicken because it may contain small pieces of metal.

The possible presence of metal makes the product unsafe to eat.

Islanders should check their kitchens for the following:

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Morrisons Wafer Thin Cooked Chicken
Pack size 400g
Best before All use by dates up to and including 16th June 2024
Morrisons Wafer Thin Cooked Chicken
Pack size 170g
Best before All use by dates up to and including 16th June 2024

Those who have purchased the above product are being urged not to eat it, but instead return it to the nearest Morrisons store for a full refund. You do not need a receipt.

Morrisons has confirmed that no other products are affected by this issue and they apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.

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Claire Swainish
Claire Swainish
9 days ago

Don’t eat this sort of rubbish food. It’s highly processed and is really bad for you. It’s much cheaper to buy a small whole chicken and use that instead.

bobthebuilder
bobthebuilder
9 days ago

Why would you buy and eat this crap in the first place?

ExtraD
ExtraD
8 days ago

I prefer dat sweet turkey

Jo blogs
Jo blogs
8 days ago

We never really know what we are eating these days, most people have no idea how food is prepared during the manufacturing process..

 

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