Food Standards Agency
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Heinz recalls spaghetti bolognese baby food
Heinz is recalling a batch of Heinz Mum’s Own Spaghetti Bolognese baby food due to the possibility of small pieces of plastic being in it, which could be a choking hazard. The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Information.
The product being recalled is:
- Heinz Mum’s Own Spaghetti Bolognese (7 months +)
- Glass jar: 200g
- Batch code: 9136 (found on top of the cap)
- Best before: November 2010 (found on side of the cap)
No other Heinz products are known to be affected.
Product recall notices will appear in the national press tomorrow, Thursday 23 July. Point-of-sale notices will also be displayed in those stores that stock the affected product. These advise consumers that if they have bought the product they can call Heinz on 08000 151557 for a full refund.
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