Asda urgently recalls packs of its own brand chargrilled chicken breasts over fears they contain salmonella
- Asda recalled two-pack Original Chicken Chargrills after salmonella concerns
- Food Standards Agency issued alert after traces of salmonella were found
- Advised customers to get refund for the product with best before Sept. 5, 2022
Asda has recalled packs of its own brand 95p chargrilled chicken breasts which were found to contain salmonella.
Government health watchdog the Food Standards Agency issued an alert relating to the two-pack boxes of Original Chicken Chargrills.
Shoppers are being urged not to eat certain batches of the product, and instead return them for a full refund.
Asda recalled their own brand Original Chicken Chargrills two pack (pictured) after they were found to contain salmonella
Salmonella can be harmful and symptoms usually include diarrhoea, fever and abdominal cramps.
The Food Standards Agency advised any customers who may have the product with a best before date of September 5, 2022, to not eat it.
The alert confirmed there are no other Asda products known to be affected.
The Food Standards Agency advised anyone with the product to return it to the store to get a refund
Asda will display point of sale notices in all stores selling the product, explaining to customers why it’s being recalled and what they should do if they have already bought some.
A spokesperson for Asda said: ‘Please return it to your nearest store where you will be given a full refund. You do not need your receipt.
‘We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.’