Waitrose recalls its Chunky Battered Haddock Fish Fingers because they contain large fish bones
Waitrose is recalling its 6 Chunky Battered Haddock Fish Fingers as they contain large fish bones. The presence of these large bones could potentially make this product unsafe to eat and presents a safety risk.
|Waitrose 6 Chunky Battered Haddock Fish Fingers|
|Best before||November 2019|
The presence of large fish bones makes this product unsafe to eat and presents a safety risk.
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