More Cornish Charcuterie manufactured products recalled

Further products manufactured by Cornish Charcuterie have been recalled due to food poisoning controls. 

The Paxton & Whitfield-branded Pots of Pork have been withdrawn as there are concerns over procedures in place to control clostridium botulinum. The recall relates to the same one that Cornish Charcuterie issued on Tuesday, 15 August.

Measures to prevent the growth and toxin production of clostridium botulinum were not deemed satisfactory. The botulinum toxin can lead to a serious form of food poisoning that can be fatal, according to the Food Standards Agency.

The affected products are:

Product: Paxton & Whitfield Pots of Pork Classic Shredded Pork
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Paxton & Whitfield Pots of Pork Shredded Pork with Sloe Gin
Pack size: All pack sizes
Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019
Batch code: All batch codes

No other Paxton & Whitfield products are known to be affected.

If you have purchased the products, do not consume them. Instead, return them to the store where they were bought and a full refund will be issued.

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