Heron Foods recalls turkey breast joint
Heron Foods is recalling its basted turkey breast joint, due to a possible allergen (sulphite) presence, which is not mentioned on the ingredients list.
According to the company, there is a small chance that some packs have an incorrect label on which not all ingredients are stated, and as a precautionary measure, it is recalling the whole batch.
The batch can be identified by having a best-before end date of November 2016, printed on the right bottom corner. The product was supplied by Bernard Matthews Farms.
Heron Foods stated that no other products or date codes had been affected by the recall and is offering a full refund to customers.
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