Recall of St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter due to small pieces of metal

St Helen’s Farm is recalling St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter because it may contain small pieces of metal

Recall of St Helen's Farm Goats Butter due to small pieces of metal

The Food Standards Agency, Tesco, Waitrose, and Sainsbury have posted on their sites a recall notice issued by St Helen’s Farm about the St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter. The problem is about the possible presence of metal that makes this product unsafe to eat. As stated by the Food Standadrs Agency, the recall notice is England, Wales and Scotland specific.

If you have bought the St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter, check if the Best Before Date is the same of the recalled product. If so, do not eat it. Instead return it to the store where you’ll have a full refund.

Here the data of the recalled products:

St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter

  • Use by Date: All date codes up to and including 13th March 2022
  • SKU: 3036679
  • Pack size: 250 g
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