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Kettle Chips recall
Kettle Chips recall

A large amount of Kettle Chips crisps are being recalled by the manufacturer as they may contain sharp pieces of plastic.

Kettle Foods Ltd has identified that a very limited number of bags of Kettle Chips products, all with a best before date of 28th May 2016, which may contain pieces of plastic that are similar in appearance to the crisps.

The products in question are:

* Kettle Chips Lightly Salted 150g

* Kettle Chips Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar 40g

* Kettle Chips Mature Cheddar & Red Onion 40g

* Kettle Chips Lightly Salted Multipack (5 x 30g)

* Kettle Chips Lightly Salted 30g

As a precautionary measure, the company is asking customers not to eat the product and to contact the manufacturer for a full refund.

A Kettle Foods Ltd spokesperson said: “As a precautionary measure, customers are being asked not to eat the product and to contact Kettle Foods for a full refund. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank our customers in advance for their cooperation.

“Customer satisfaction is of paramount importance to Kettle Chips and we take any issue concerning our product very seriously. We pride ourselves on outstanding quality and are currently investigating the situation internally.”

If you have any of the products referred to please return the empty pack for a full refund including postage, together with your name and address to: Kettle Foods Ltd, Barnard Road, Norwich NR5 9JP

If more information is required, call the Freephone number: 0800 616996.


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