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Aldi issues urgent recall over chicken product that 'may be unsafe to eat'

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Aldi shoppers have been warned that a packaging error on a popular BBQ food staple means that the product "may be unsafe to eat".

The supermarket chain has issued a recall for its Ashfields Grill 4 Garlic & Herb Chicken Kebabs over an incorrect use-by date.

320g pack sizes with the date of June 9, 2024 have been affected by the recall. A food alert to the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has explained that the correct use-by date that should be labelled on the packaging is July 9, 2024.

The incorrect date means that the product is "unsafe to eat" after the date shown on the packaging. The FSA alert further explained that the supermarket's move is a "precautionary measure" as a select number of the chicken kebabs have been issued with the incorrect date.

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