Supermarket sandwiches recalled over 'unknown foreign body'
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Co-op is recalling some of its sandwiches amid concerns over the presence of "an unknown foreign body".
The Food Standards Agency has issued a notice to advise of the recall of the supermarket's tuna mayo sandwich.
It is displaying notices in all its stores which sell the product.
The notice from the FSA said: "Co-op is recalling Co-op tuna mayo sandwich because the product has been found to contain a foreign body. The presence of an unknown foreign body makes this product unsafe to eat.
If you have bought the product do not eat it.
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"Instead, return the product to nearest Co-op store for a refund, or if you are self-isolating or shielding please contact our Customer Careline 0800 0686 727 or email@example.com"
Sandwiches with a use by date of July 15 are affected.
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