Food Standards Agency
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Morrisons recalls some seedless raisins
Morrisons has recalled its Value Seedless Raisins (500g) with 'best before' dates of October 2010, November 2010 and December 2010, because the product might contain small pieces of green plastic. The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Information.
Morrisons has recalled the affected product and has issued point-of-sale notices in stores. These notices tell customers why the product has been recalled. If you have bought these raisins, you can return it to the store for a full refund.
The recalled product is:
- Morrisons Value Seedless Raisins (500g)
- Best before end: October 2010, November 2010 and December 2010
The raisins are in a heat-sealed plastic bag, which has a yellow front and a yellow back. The raisins can be seen inside the bag.
No other Morrisons products are known to be affected.
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