Johnston Mooney & O’Brien recalls bread over foreign objects
Johnston Mooney & O'Brien has issued a recall after some of its bread products were suspected of containing pieces of metal due to a mishap.
9 February 2018 | 0
All Johnston Mooney & O’Brien products with a best-before date of 11 February is being recalled by after the product became suspected of containing pieces of metal due to a factory manufacturing mishap.
The company said that all bread products were being recalled as a precaution, but that no bun or roll products were thought to have been affected.
The products in question have been removed from all supermarket and store shelves, while any consumers who made purchases are encouraged to return them immediately, or send the empty packaging to the Johnston Mooney & O’Brien HQ at 11 Jamestown Road, Finglas, Dublin 11.
The company also apologised for any inconvenience caused.