Birds Eye nuggets recalled as they may contain plastic

Birds Eye nuggets recalled as they may contain plastic
Birds Eye is recalling a batch of its 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain because it may contain small pieces of plastic.

The product in question is Birds Eye's 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain.

In a statement issued by the popular food brand they said:

"We're recalling a number of Birds Eye 50 Chicken Nuggets with Golden Wholegrain 790g due to the potential presence of small pieces of clear plastic in the product which makes the product unsafe to eat."

The FSAI has identified the affected batch as L9208 Z V124, with a best before date of October 2020.

Birds Eye has advised customers who suspect they may have an affected batch in the freezer to check the batch code printed on the back of the bag and not to consume the product.

They have apologised for this saying:

"For Birds Eye product quality is key priority. 

"We apologise for the inconvenience to all our consumers."

The FSAI  has stated that point-of-sale notices will be displayed in affected Dunne Stores retail premises that are selling or have sold this product. 

Customers who have purchased this product and produce proof of purchase should be entitled to a refund.

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

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