Children’s cereal recalled over metal shards
Baby and toddler food manufacturer HiPP Organic has recalled batches of its Fruity O’s cereal after it emerged the product could contain small pieces of metal.
The firm said the recall was a precautionary measure after fragments of metal wire were found in three products sold in Germany.
The affected products are 140g packets of Fruity O’s with best before dates from 19 January 2017 to 3 March 2017. They carry batch codes: L190416 / L020616/ L200417 / L030616.
The packets were sold exclusively in Tesco stores.
In a statement, the company said: “We have taken the decision to recall our... read more
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