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Food Standards Agency issues recall alert for more Lidl cookies that could contain metal





Lidl is recalling more packets of biscuits amid fears they may contain metal.

The supermarket had already issued a safety recall notice for three packets of its Tower Gate cookies.

Shoppers with any of the affected snacks should take them back for a refund. Image: Stock photo.
Shoppers with any of the affected snacks should take them back for a refund. Image: Stock photo.

But the budget retailer has been forced to extend its warning to more biscuits and snacks amid fears that they too could be contaminated and unsafe to eat.

A message on the Food Standards Agency website explains: “Lidl is extending their recall of various cookies because they may contain pieces of metal.

“The possible presence of metal makes these products unsafe to eat.”

Lidl is recalling more biscuits amid fears they could also contain metal. Image: Stock photo.
Lidl is recalling more biscuits amid fears they could also contain metal. Image: Stock photo.

Shoppers with affected products at home are asked to return them to their nearest Lidl store for a full refund.

The full list of biscuits being recalled is:

*Tower Gate Half Coated Chocolate Chunk Cookies, 200g with a December 6 best before date

*Tower Gate Half Coated Fruit and Nut Cookies, 200g with a December 6 best before date.

*McEnnedy American Way Nougatelli, 175g, with a December 10 best before date.

*Tower Gate Soft Baked Cookies Triple Chocolate, 210g, December 12 best before date.

*Tower Gate Soft Baked Cookies Lemon, 210g, December 13 best before date.

*Tower Gate Chocolate Chip Cookies, 150g, with a December 14 best before date.



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