The recall affects some 100g packets
Retail giant Ikea has recalled some packets of marshmallows sold at its Irish stores.
The company says it is recalling its 'GODIS PÅSKKYCKLING' marshmallow candy due to a mice infestation at the production site.
Point-of-sale notices are being displayed in all stores that sold the affected batches.
They are requesting customers who have bought this product to return it to an Ikea store.
No receipt is required.
The recall relates to 'IKEA GODIS PÅSKKYCKLING' Marshmallow candy; 100g size.
They have 'Best before' dates between October 23rd 2018 and January 26th 2019.
They were produced in Sweden.
Ikea says: "We see this recall as a necessary step to live up to our high-quality food safety standards and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause."
More information can be found at its Exchange and Returns Department on (01) 541-3302.