Morrisons’ own-brand fruit and fibre cereal recalled as it may contain pieces of plastic

MORRISONS shoppers should check their cupboards for its own-brand fruit and fibre cereal as it’s been recalled due to fears some packs contain small pieces of plastic.

Manufacturer Weetabix has issued the urgent recall saying the presence of plastic makes the breakfast item unsafe to eat.

 Morrisons' own-brand fruit and fibre has been recalled over fears it contains plastic


Morrisons’ own-brand fruit and fibre has been recalled over fears it contains plastic

Affected batches have a pack size of 500g, a batch code of 9095, and a best before date of April 5 2020.

If you have bought the cereal, the Food Standards Authority (FSA) advises you not to eat it and to instead return it to store for a full refund.

Weetabix says you can do this with or without the receipt. Use Morrisons’ store locator tool to find your nearest.

The cereal normally costs £1.50.

You can also phone Morrisons’ customer service line for more information on 0345 611 6111.

Asda’s own-brand fruit and fibre cereal, which is again made by Weetabix, has also been recalled over the same concerns.

But Weetabix says no other Weetabix Food Company products are known to be affected.

Other recent recalls include McCain hash browns – also because they contain pieces of plastic.

And Poundstretcher chocolate bars over milk and nut allergy fears.

Parents have also been urged to not use a Baby Dunlopillo cot mattress as consumer group Which? warns it could suffocate tots.

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