Johnston Mooney & O'Brien recalls Toastie bread over safety concerns

The company say no other products are affected

Johnston Mooney & O'Brien recalls Toastie bread over safety concerns

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Breadmaker Johnston Mooney & O'Brien is recalling one of its products amid safety concerns.

It has issued a recall of its Toastie 800g pan, as it may contain small pieces of blue plastic tubing. 

It is recalling the Toastie Pan 800g with the 'Best Before' date 29th September, Codes D 27 and E27.

The company say there should be no risk to consumers who may have already consumed the product.

No other Johnston Mooney & O'Brien products are affected.

It says any potentially affected packs have been removed from supermarket shelves.

While any that were in the distribution system have also been recalled by the company.

Advertisements alerting consumers to the recall will be placed in national press.

Anyone in possession of the affected Toastie pan can return the product to their local retailer for a refund.

Or they can send the empty packaging with their name and address for a full refund to: Johnston Mooney & O’Brien 11 Jamestown Road, Finglas, Dublin 11.

The company has apologised for any inconvenience caused.