Contamination Recall: Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (frozen)

Contamination Recall: Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (frozen)

Contamination Recall:
Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (frozen)


Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (frozen)

Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (frozen)

Greggs are recalling their 16 pack of frozen Mini Sausage Rolls, because they may contain small pieces of plastic, creating a choking hazard...

Greggs produces these sausage rolls exclusively for Iceland, so if you've bought a pack from there, check out the exact recall details below.

Types of Contamination

There are four different types of food contamination:

- Physical Contamination
- Chemical Contamination
- Microbial Contamination
- Allergenic Contamination

Types of food contamination

Physical  Contamination

Physical Contamination means that a physical object has gotten into the food product. This could be anything, but in this case, are small pieces of plastic. These pieces mean that if they are consumed, people (especially small children) could choke to death on them. It also should go without saying that having pieces of plastic in one's digestive system, is not a good idea - the severity of this depends on how large, and how sharp these pieces are.

The Details of Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls' Recall

Product

Pack Size

Best Before

Batch Code

Contaminant

Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls

16 pack, 433 grams

30/11/19

18334

Pieces of Plastic

To read the Food Standards Agency's recall notice, click here. To see Gregg's own recall notice on the FSA website, click here. We could not find any information about the recall on Gregg's own website, nor on Iceland's...