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Aldi has recalled two batches of its white bloomer bread because there may be 'wire pieces' in them

The target of the recall is the Ballymore Crust White Bloomer brand with best before dates17 and 18 February 2018

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GROCERY RETAILER ALDI has put a recall on bread due to the possible presence of ‘wire pieces’.

The bread in question is the Ballymore Crust White Bloomer 800g pack with best before dates of 17 and 18 February 2018.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland issued the alert, saying:

As a precautionary measure, Aldi Stores Ltd. is recalling the above two batches of Ballymore Crust White Bloomer bread due to the possible presence of small pieces of wire. Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores.

PastedImage-70481 Source: FSAI

 

The FSAI issues works with companies on food standards, and is often called upon to issue full recalls.

Read: ‘Quorn tikka masala recalled due to presence of rubber pieces’

 

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