Morrisons Seafood Cocktail and Prawn Mayo sandwich fillers recalled

Last updated:
11 March 2014
product recall
Morrisons is recalling its Seafood Cocktail and Prawn Mayo sandwich fillers, because some of the packs may contain undercooked prawns. If you have bought one of these products, do not eat it. The FSA has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.

Product details

The products being recalled are:

Product: Morrisons Seafood Cocktail (Sandwich Filler)
Pack size: 230g
'Use by' date: All date codes

Product: Morrisons Prawn Mayo (Sandwich Filler)
Pack size: 230g
Use by date: All date codes

Morrisons has recalled the listed products and will be displaying product recall notices in stores. These notices explain to customers why the product has been recalled. Morrisons will also contact all their online customers to inform them of this issue. If you have bought the above product, do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store where you bought it for a full refund.

No other Morrisons products are known to be affected.

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