Product Recall: Some Kettle Chips have plastic in them

4 February 2016

kettlefoods_jpg Some bags of Kettle Chips have been recalled, because they've got bits of plastic in them that looks like crisps. No, honestly.

The crisps in question include 150g bags of the lightly salted variety, which have been sold at Asda, as well as 40g bags of the sea salt and balsamic vinegar crisps, and the 40g mature cheddar and red onion crisps, as well as the 30g multipacks of lightly salted Kettle Chips.

All of the affected crisps have a ‘best before’ of 28th May 2016. All other flavours and bags with different 'best before' dates on are fine.

Kettle Chips themselves say: "Kettle Foods Ltd has identified that a very limited number of bags of KETTLE Chips products, all with a best before date of 28th May 2016, may contain pieces of plastic that are similar in appearance to the crisps."

"As a precautionary measure, we are asking customers not to eat the product and to contact us for a full refund. If you have any of the products referred to in this notice please return the empty pack for a full refund including postage, together with your name and address to Kettle Foods Ltd, Barnard Road, Norwich NR5 9JP."

"We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank our customers in advance for their cooperation."

If you want more information about all this, or want to speak to someone at the company, then you should call the Freephone number 0800 616996 or get yourself over to kettlefoods.co.uk.

TOPICS:   Recalls

1 comment

  • Jessie J.
    I bought some Walkers that tasted like ready salted even though they should have been salt and vinegar!! Can I have a refund? Will my credit rating be affected? Will my kids get Dengue Fever? Baby, baby.

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