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More of this peanut butter is being recalled because of a potential choking hazard

The FSAI said some jars may contain a ‘foreign body’.

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THE FOOD SAFETY Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has warned consumers about batches of a peanut butter which may contain a ‘foreign body’.

The company, Suma, issued a recall last month on one batch of its unsalted organic crunchy peanut butter for the same reason.

Now it has extended the recall to include additional batches which it has concerns about. The unspecified potential foreign body in the jars could represent a choking hazard and public health risk for those consuming the product, the FSAI said.

Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in stores that were supplied with the implicated batches. The batch code for the affected jars is L1100 – L1530, with the best before date 10 April 2016.

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