Recall of Brennans family pan as consumers at risk of eating bread with 'laminated paper'
Published 18/05/2016 | 19:10
Brennans Bakeries have recalled one of their food products as there is a danger the bread may contain pieces of laminated paper.
The product at risk of containing the foreign items is the Brennans Family Pan 800g with a best before date of May 20/16 and with a Code 18
"There is no risk to consumers who may have already consumed the product," a statement from the company read this evening.
"However, given Brennans’ high standards of food safety, taste and quality, the company is taking the step of recalling the product."
Any potentially affected bread pans have been removed from supermarket shelves by the company - and no other products are believed to be involved in the recall.
Nationwide media advertisements will be placed in order to alert consumers to the product recall.
The company has apologised for any inconvenience caused by this recall but believes that it is "the best course of action, however slight the risk might be".
Anyone who has purchased a Brennans Family Pan 800g Best Before Date 20 May Code 18 and is still in possession of the product can return the product to their local retailer for a refund.
Consumers can also send the empty packaging with their name and address for a full refund to: Joseph Brennan Bakeries, Greenhills Industrial Estate, Walkinstown, Dublin 12.
Consumers can also contact the bakery at 01-4608400 (9am – 5pm) for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org