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Iceland is recalling thousands of Greggs chicken casseroles over fears they contain plastic

The cakes, which have been pulled from the shelves, cost £2 for a two-pack (306g) and have a best before date of 19 September 2022. Here’s how to return them to the nearest Iceland

Greggs is recalling some of its frozen chicken casseroles sold in Iceland
Greggs is recalling some of its frozen chicken casseroles sold in Iceland

Greggs has recalled frozen chicken casseroles sold in Iceland after pieces of hard plastic were found in some packs.

The cakes pulled from the shelves cost £2 for a two-pack (306g) and have a best before date of 19 September 2022.

If you bought any of these products by the date above, Greggs has warned that eating them could be dangerous.

Buyers are advised to return the baked goods to the nearest Iceland for a refund. You shouldn’t need a receipt to get your money back.

No other data was included in the recall, nor does it apply to fresh chicken casseroles sold in Greggs stores.

In a note to customers, Greggs said, “This product may contain pieces of hard, dark-colored plastic.”






The frozen baked goods are only sold in Iceland

The company continued: “If you have purchased the above product, please do not consume it. Please contact your nearest Icelandic store for a full refund.

“This two-pack product is exclusive to Iceland and therefore the recall only applies to products purchased from Icelandic stores.

“No other products, datecodes or batches are affected. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.”

Have you had problems returning a recalled product? Let us know: mirror.money.saving@mirror.co.uk

Customers who are concerned or have questions are advised to contact Greggs Customer Service Hotline on +44 08081 473 447 or getintouch@greggs.co.uk.

When a supermarket product is recalled, you usually don’t need a receipt to get your money back.

However, if a recall affects a branded product, the manufacturer is usually responsible for the recall.

Information on all product recalls can be found on the Food Standards Agency and Chartered Trading Standards Institute websites.

You should also pay attention to recall notices in stores when they’ve pulled a product from the shelves.

Other recalls to watch out for are soups, which have been removed from Tesco stores over fears they may contain bits of metal.

The supermarket is pulling its Tesco chicken and vegetable cup soup with croutons priced at 80p.

The product affected by the recall has a best before date of October 2023 and a date code of 2098.

No other best before dates are included in the above recall. The soup comes in a pack of five sachets and weighs 110g.

The supermarket has also recalled a certain batch of Trewithen Dairy Unsalted Butter after some were found to contain “high levels” of E. coli bacteria.

The batch is Trewithen Dairy Unsalted Butter 250G with a best before date of 23rd May 2022 with batch code: G2 073.

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https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/iceland-recalls-thousands-greggs-chicken-26850671 Iceland is recalling thousands of Greggs chicken casseroles over fears they contain plastic

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