Iceland recalls Buffalo Chicken Wings
Iceland Foods has recalled a batch of its Buffalo Chicken Wings, due to possible undercooking.
The Food Standards Agency has issued a Food Alert for information.
The product being recalled is: Iceland Buffalo Chicken Wings in a hot and spicy coating 410g with a best-before date of 14 February 2009.
Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in all stores supplied. These notices will advise customers of the reason for the withdrawal and tell people who have bought the product that they can return it to an Iceland store for a full refund.
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