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Good Foods chicken pakora handled and packaged in unapproved establishment

Glasgow City instigated a recall of the product at all identified outlets within the City area and continues to monitor the ongoing operation. A distribution list has been obtained, which includes premises in North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, East Renfrewshire, Renfrewshire local authority areas as well as Glasgow City Council. Officers, however, believe that the product may have been supplied to additional premises which are not on the list. Therefore there is the possibility of product on sale outwith the Glasgow boundary. The product appears to be distributed to newsagents and small independent convenience stores. Other Good Foods products are not affected by the product recall.

Source: FSA


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