Morrisons shares a warning for shoppers as meats could contain metal


Morrisons food has been recalled

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 10/06/2024

- 17:38

Morrisons has shared a warning for meats and drinks sold in stores

Supermarket giant Morrisons has warned customers about chicken items sold in stores as they could contain metal.

This comes as Aldi also recalls a chicken product that has been labelled with the wrong use-by date.

Products: Morrisons Wafer Thin Cooked Chicken 400g and Morrisons Wafer Thin Cooked Chicken 170g

Use by: All dates up to and including June 16, 2024

Morrisons states: "Morrisons is recalling all use-by codes because there is a potential risk that some packs may contain small pieces of metal."

Morrisons chicken

Morrisons has recalled chicken products


"Please do not eat this product and return it to your nearest store for a full refund. We don’t need a receipt.

"No other products are affected by this issue. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and assure customers of our continuing commitment to the highest standard of product quality and safety."

As a precaution, customers should not eat the affected batches if they have purchased them.

This comes as juice sold in Morrisons stores has also been recalled amid fears that cans could burst.

Product: Brew York - Juice Forsyth 440ml

Can size: 440ml

Gyle: 1036

Use-by: July 23, 2024

Morrisons states: "We are recalling cans of Juice Forsyth, as we have had reports that some cans are pouring with excessive carbonation, bulging the can and even bursting in some instances.

"We are now asking customers who have the cans of Juice Forsyth (Gyle: 1036, BBE: 23/07/2024) store and dispose of them safely. If you have a can, we advise storing this in a cool environment (a fridge is perfect).

"To safely dispose of the can, we advise submerging this in water (a full sink is perfect) with the ring pull facing away from you, and carefully opening this whilst wearing hand and eye protection as a precaution.


Juice recall warning

A warning has been shared for juice sold in stores


"Once any initial pressure has been released and you're confident it's appropriate to do so, continue to empty the can.

"Once safely disposed, you can get in touch by emailing us: with a photo of the beer, as well as the bottom of the can, clearly displaying the Gyle and BBE numbers.

"Once received we will issue a coupon for use on our website to cover the cost of the can, as well as a little extra on us as an apology."

Aldi has urgently pulled chicken with the wrong use-by dates from stores and customers are told not to eat it.

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