Baby food prod­uct re­called after plas­tic found in stew meal

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PAR­ENTS who buy Asda’s “Lit­tle An­gels” baby food range have been warned to check the pack­ag­ing, after one prod­uct was re­called due to safety fears.

A batch of the brand’s or­ganic beef and sweet potato stew is be­ing re­called “as a pre­cau­tion”.

The mea­sure was taken after a “small piece of plas­tic” was found in­side one por­tion of the stew.

Par­ents are warned not to feed their chil­dren stew from this batch and to bring it back into the shop.

The re­call only ap­plies to prod­ucts with the best be­fore date 10/09/2018. The bar­code num­ber will read 5054070907559. No other Lit­tle An­gels prod­ucts are af­fected.

Cus­tomers can re­turn the prod­uct to Asda shops for their money back – they don’t need to pro­duce a re­ceipt.

An Asda spokesper­son said: “If you have pur­chased Lit­tle An­gels or­ganic beef and sweet potato stew 12m+, please re­turn it to your near­est store where you will be given a full re­fund.

“You do not need a re­ceipt. We are very sorry for any in­con­ve­nience caused.”

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