Lidl urgently recalls six types of cookies over fears they may contain METAL trends now

Lidl urgently recalls six types of cookies over fears they may contain METAL trends now
Lidl urgently recalls six types of cookies over fears they may contain METAL trends now

Lidl urgently recalls six types of cookies over fears they may contain METAL trends now

Lidl is recalling Five batches of Tower Gate branded cookies and one McEnnedy The supermarket has warned the possible pieces of metal makes it unsafe to eat 

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Lidl has recalled of six varieties of cookies over fears they contain pieces of metal. 

The supermarket slapped do not eat warnings on the biscuits over fears they contain unidentified debris, which the chain fears could cause 'injury'. 

Five batches of Tower Gate branded cookies and one McEnnedy branded pack is affected by the recall. 

Only certain batches are affected, with the full details set out in the box below.

Officials at the Food Standards Agency (FSA), which published the alert, warn these products are 'unsafe to eat'. 

McEnnedy American Way Nougatelli, 175g with best before date 10/12/2024 Tower Gate Half Coated Fruit & Nut Cookies, 200g with best before date 06/12/2024 Tower Gate Half Coated Chocolate Chunk Cookies, 200g with best before date 06/12/2024 are all affected by the recall and have been given a 'do not eat' warning

McEnnedy American Way Nougatelli, 175g with best before date 10/12/2024 Tower Gate Half Coated Fruit & Nut Cookies, 200g with best before date 06/12/2024 Tower Gate Half Coated Chocolate Chunk Cookies, 200g with best before date 06/12/2024 are all affected by the recall and have been given a 'do not eat' warning

The cookies, which typically sell for around £2.09 a pack, can be returned to a Lidl store where a full refund will be given.

Lidl has also issued a point-of sale notice to its customers explaining why the products are being recalled and what to do if they have bought the products.

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