ALDI biscuit product recall

aldiBaketime Ltd is recalling various branded biscuit, snack and confectionery products on a precautionary basis as they have been manufactured in unhygienic conditions. These products are sold by Aldi (amongst others).

A number of biscuits and snacks sold in the supermarket chain Aldi may have been contaminated by pests, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned.

Customers are being urged not to eat the affected products, made in a factory on Teesside.

The biscuits, including cheese thins, shortbread, chip cookies and fudge brownies, were made by a company called Baketime, based in Middlesbrough.

All batches of the products listed below are being recalled as they may have been subject to pest contamination.

Aldi Cheese Thins (10% Cheese) – L16026, L16027, L16055, L16056, L16057, L16073, L16074, L16075

Aldi Cheese Bakes – L16026, L16027, L16032, L16033, L16039, L16040, L16046, L16047, L16053, L16366, L16060, L16066, L16067, L16073
Aldi Oddbites Cheese – L16060
Aldi Oddbites Salt and Vinegar – L16061
Aldi Oddbites Smoky Bacon – L16061
Aldi Ginger Nuts – L16047, L16048, L16061, L16062, L16068, L16069

Baketime Ltd is recalling the above products as a precautionary measure.

They have provided all their customers with point-of-sale notices for display in stores. These notices will inform consumers why the products are being recalled and will tell them what to do if they have bought the product(s).

A notice published by Baketime says:


If you have purchased any of these products, do not consume them. Please return affected products to store where purchased, where a full refund will be given. No receipt is required Baketime apologises for the inconvenience this causes.

>> Food Standards Agency

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