Greggs recalls vegetable bakes over fears the product may contain pieces of glass
Greggs has recalled all vegetable bake over safety fears that the product may contain pieces of green glass.
The bakery’s frozen vegetable bakes, which are exclusively sold in Iceland Stores, have been recalled as it may contain small pieces of green glass.
The Food Standards Agency say that the possible presence of glass makes the product ‘unsafe to eat’.
Greggs has extended its recall of the two pack Vegetable Bakes to include additional best before dates.
No other products are known to be affected.
Advice to customers who have purchased Greggs Vegetable Bakes (two pack) is not to eat them but instead return them to an Iceland store where they are eligible for a full refund.
Any products with best before dates of September, 26 2021, September, 12 2021, September, 11 2021, August, 28 2021, August, 15 2021, July, 31 2021, July, 25 2021, July, 5 2021, July, 4 2021, June, 27 2021 and 19 June 2021 are affected.
Point of sale notices will be displayed in all Iceland stores that are selling this product.
These notices explain to customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product.