BUYERS have been urged to return Frubes, a popular yogurt snack, to stores over concerns they may contain metal shards.
Yoplait, the yogurt maker, ordered an emergency recall yesterday and warned customers not to eat the product.
The specific item affected is the Yoplait Frubes Strawberry, Red Berry, and Peach pack.
The batch code is 9218195 and has an expiration date of February 9, 2022 – only packages with the letter C after that date will be affected.
Small pieces of metal have been found in peach yogurt in many packages, making it unsafe to eat.
The Food Standards Agency said many packages were stocked in Co-op and Nisa stores.
If you have purchased the product, do not eat it as it may not be safe.
Instead, you should return it to the store where you bought it from if it gets a full refund.
You won’t need a receipt to get your money back.
If you need more information, you can contact Yoplait on 08003580401.
The UK’s biggest supermarkets had to Recalling a variety of products this week due to concerns they could cause serious illness.
Pastry products and raw pizza dough has been taken off the shelf at Tesco, Aldi, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Asda about food poisoning fears.
The maker of Bake Away said it found traces of salmonella in the items.
Lidl forced Urgent recall request in December after traces of salmonella were discovered in some Christmas dishes.
You can check your consumer rights if a product is recalled here.
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