Ravioli pulled from shelves over fears they contain metal shards | The Sun

POSH ravioli have been pulled from supermarket shelves over fears they contain metal shards.

The 250g packs of Wicked Kitchen spinach and wild garlic ravioli with a use-by date of January 12 are being withdrawn by Tesco.

The Food Standards Agency said: “This product may contain small pieces of metal which makes it unsafe to eat.

“If you’ve bought the product do not eat it.”

Meanwhile, Iceland has recalled 600g Mars Dessert Bar packs over a potentially deadly packaging blunder.

The FSA said: “Some packs are incorrectly filled with Snickers Dessert bars, making it a risk for anyone with an allergy to peanuts or egg.”


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Campaigners warn an allergic reaction can trigger collapse or death.

The £8 bars in the recall have a best before date of February 23, 2024

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