Johnston Mooney & O’Brien Recall Bread Products Over Small Risk Of Metal Pieces
Johnston Mooney & O’Brien are recalling bread products over minor concerns small pieces of metal may be present.
All bread with a best before date of February 11th are being recalled.
This does not include bun or roll products.
The company says while there is a very small risk that some of its bread products with this best before date may contain small pieces of metal, a national recall is taking place as precautionary measures.
In a statement, the company said:
“As a precautionary measure, Johnston Mooney & O’Brien is undertaking a recall of all bread products with a Best Before Date 11th February 2018 as there is a very small risk that some may contain small pieces of metal.
“Only bread products with this exact best before date are impacted. No bun or roll products are affected.
“Any potentially affected packs have been removed from the supermarket shelves in co-operation with retailers and any that were in the distribution system have been recalled by the company.”
“The company has advised all customers/retailers and appropriate authorities.
“Anyone in possession of a Johnston Mooney & O’Brien bread product with the Best Before Date 11th February 2018 may return the product to where it was bought for a full refund.”