Unwanted Substance Found In Tesco Sausage Rolls – Do Not Eat Warning

An urgent ‘do not eat’ warning has been issued about various Tesco chilled food products that ‘may contain plastic and metal’.

Britain’s biggest supermarket retailer is recalling batches of sausage rolls, steak and ale pies, and cheese and onion rolls over fears they have been contaminated. Customers are being warned that the products may be unsafe to eat.

The supermarket is recalling four products. The items affected are:

  • Six-pack cheese and onion rolls (best before date: 31 August)
  • Tesco Finest steak and ale pies (best before date: 1 September)
  • Nine-pack mini pork sausage rolls (best before date: 30 August)
  • 20 pack of mini pork sausage rolls (best before date: 29 August)

Anyone who has bought any of the products is being told to return them to the store they bought it from. In the alert from the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Tesco apologised for the inconvenience and told customers not to eat the products if purchased and instead return them to a store for a full refund with no receipt required

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