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If you eat soup from SuperValu or Centra you'll want to read this

Some of the soup may have plastic in it.

Image: Shutterstock/Marcelo_Krelling

MUSGRAVES, THE COMPANY which owns SuperValu and Centra, has recalled a number of its own-brand soups.

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland says that the soups affected may have pieces of hard plastic in them.

The affected soups are include Centra chicken and vegetable and SuperValu Mushroom soups:


The company said in a statement:

“Consumers who may have purchased any of these products are advised not to consume the soup and to return it to the point of purchase for a full refund.

“A 24 hour customer helpline is available for any consumers with queries.  The helpline number is LO-CALL 0818 333 311.

“Musgrave takes all issues of food safety and quality extremely seriously and places a high value on delivering quality products to its retail partners and their consumers across the country every day.  Musgrave apologises for any inconvenience caused by the recall.”

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