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Kingshill Bakery products recalled due to rodent infestation

15 April 2013

The Food Standards Agency has announced that certain date codes of Kingshill Bakery products are being recalled on a precautionary basis, because of possible rodent infestation. 

The FSA has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.and advises the public not to eat the following products:

All Fresh Bread Products
‘Best before’ date on or before 15 April 2013
Cakes, Buns and Traybakes
‘Best before’ date on or before 10 May 2013
Shortbread/Flakemeal Biscuits
‘Best before’ date on or before 8 August 2013

Kingshill Bakery is recalling the affected products from consumers and a recall notice is being provided explaining why the products are being recalled. No other Kingshill Bakery products are known to be affected.


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