Food recall: B&M issues warning for shellfish as packs may contain glass – ‘do not eat’

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Food recalls can be issued if a product is thought to be unsafe to eat. A shellfish item has been recalled by manufacturers.

Parson’s Pickles Pickled Mussels

Parsons Pickles has issued the recall as some batches of the product could contain glass fragments.

This would cause a serious risk to anyone consuming the mussells.

The affected packs are only sold at B&M stores.

Parson’s Pickles Pickled Mussels

Pack size 155g

Batch code Batch 38V supplied to B&M Stores Only.

Lot number 327

Best before End of Nov 2024

The statement advised: “If you have bought Parsons Pickled Mussels as detailed above, do not eat.

“Instead: Check if you have bought the affected batch code and Best before date of Parsons Pickled Mussels.

“You can do this by taking a picture of this notice or writing down the batch code and best before date for reference at home.

“Return the product(s) to the store for a full refund (with or without a receipt).”

Shoppers can also get more information by contacting Parsons Pickles.

They can do this by contacting 01554 833351.

Those who have bought the affected product can also send an email to sales@parsonspickles.co.uk.

Food recalls are not often issued but should be taken seriously if so.  

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