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Lidl recalls Tower Gate cookies over fears they may contain metal





A supermarket is recalling packets of biscuits over fears they may contain metal.

Lidl has issued a safety alert for various flavours of Tower Gate cookies.

Shoppers with the cookies are asked to take them back for a refund. Picture: Stock image.
Shoppers with the cookies are asked to take them back for a refund. Picture: Stock image.

Customers are being warned the snacks are unsafe to eat – because of the possible presence of metal – and should be returned to the retailer for a full refund.

The packets affected by the recall are: Tower Gate Soft Baked Cookies Triple Chocolate, weighing 210g, with a best before date of December 12 2024; Tower Gate Soft Baked Cookies Lemon, also weighing 210g with a best before date of December 13, 2024 and 150g packets of Tower Gate Chocolate Chip Cookies with a December 14, 2024 best before date.

Lidl has put notices in stores warning customers. Image: Stock photo.
Lidl has put notices in stores warning customers. Image: Stock photo.

Notices have been put up in the aisles of Lidl supermarkets to alert customers about the possible danger, should they have the cookies at home.

A warning on the Food Standards Agency website adds: “If you have bought the above products do not eat them. Instead, return them to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”



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