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Ireland Birds Eye chicken nuggets recalled over presence of plastic fears

19:10  16 october  2019
19:10  16 october  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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Birds Eye is recalling chicken nuggets over fears they might contain pieces of plasticCredit: Morrisons. The product recall applies to Birds Eye 's We've asked how many packs it's recalling in total, and will update this article as soon as we hear back. A spokesman for Birds Eye told us: "The

Chicken nuggets have been recalled over fears that plastic pieces may have contaminated the food product. The USDA has recalled about 4,530 pounds of Applegate Farms chicken nuggets . The Applegate Farms chicken nuggets subjected to the recall notice were made on September 28, 2015.

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A batch of Birds Eye chicken nuggets is being recalled over fears that the food contains plastic pieces.

The recall was issued by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland for the Birds Eye 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain.

The notice reads: ‘Birds Eye is recalling the above batch of its 790g packs of 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain because it may contain small pieces of plastic.

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‘The presence of plastic may make this product unsafe to eat. Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in affected retail store(s) that are selling this product.

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Birds Eye 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain. This product is available to buy in Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Waitrose. The Food Standards Agency posted: “ Birds Eye is recalling Birds Eye 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain because they may contain small pieces of

The chicken nuggets , produced for Applegate Farms by Perdue, may be contaminated with "extraneous plastic materials," according to the USDA. SUBSCRIBE to

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‘No other batch codes or Birds Eye products are known to be affected.

‘The product may contain small pieces of plastic which may make the product unsafe to eat.’

The affected batch has the best before date of October 2020 and the batch code L9208 Z V124.

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