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    Tuesday, 28 March 2017

    Marks & Spencer Recall Chicken & Vegetable Soup due to Possible Chemical Contamination


    Retail company Marks and Spencer were recently forced to recall their 600g Chicken and Vegetable Soup after it emerged that the product may have been “tainted” due to chemical contamination.

    While the chemical in question has not been revealed, Marks and Spencer have stated that they are conducting an investigation into the issue with their supplier.

    Details of the affected product, as published by the FSA, are as follows:
    • Product: Chicken and Vegetable Soup
    • Pack size: 600g
    • Use By date: 30 March 2017
    • Unique Product Code: 00711135
    No other Marks and Spencer products are known to be affected.

    If you have bought the affected product, the FSA advises that you do not eat it, and instead return it to the store from which it was purchased for a full refund.

    Point-of-sale notices are being displayed at Marks and Spencer stores, informing customers of the recall and the action they should take if they have purchased the affected product.


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