Product Recalls: Aldi and Morrisons Issue Safety Notices for Chicken Products

Aldi Recalls Chicken Kebabs Due to Incorrect Use-By Date

Aldi has initiated a product recall for Ashfields Grill Four Garlic and Herb Chicken Kebabs due to a labelling error. The incorrect use-by date of July 9 renders the product unsafe for consumption, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA). Aldi reassures customers that the recall is precautionary and affects only a small number of products. Customers are urged to return the recalled kebabs to any Aldi store for a full refund.

Morrisons Recalls Chicken Product Due to Metal Contamination

Morrisons has issued a separate recall for its Wafer Thin Cooked Chicken. The FSA has advised that the product may contain small pieces of metal, posing a potential health risk. Morrisons emphasizes that all use-by codes for this product are affected. Customers are advised to refrain from eating the product and return it to their nearest store for a full refund. A receipt is not required. Morrisons maintains its dedication to product quality and safety.

Both Aldi and Morrisons have provided customer service contact information for further inquiries. Aldi’s customer service team can be reached at 0800 042 0800, and Morrisons can be contacted through

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