Food Standards Agency
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Tower Bakery recalls savoury products in Scotland
Tower Bakery is recalling nine varieties of savoury product from Scotmid and Co-operative Stores because the products have been labelled with incorrect date codes. The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
The Tower Bakery products, with a use-by date up to and including 29 September 2011, are:
- Scotch Pie
- Onion Bridie
- Sausage Rolls
- Chicken Curry Pie
- Macaroni Pie
- Haggis, Neeps and Tatties Pie
- Vegetable Pie
- Steak Bridie
- Steak Pie
Tower Bakery is recalling all affected batches and notices are being displayed in stores, which will explain the reason for recall. If you have bought any of the affected products you can return them to the store for a full refund.
No other Tower Bakery products are known to be affected.
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