More Cornish Charcuterie manufactured products recalled

By Aaron McDonald

- Last updated on GMT

More Cornish Charcuterie manufactured products recalled
Further products manufactured by Cornish Charcuterie have been recalled due to food poisoning controls.

The Paxton & Whitfield-branded Pots of Pork have been withdrawn as there are concerns over procedures in place to control clostridium botulinum. The recall relates to the same one that Cornish Charcuterie​ issued on Tuesday, 15 August.

Measures to prevent the growth and toxin production of clostridium botulinum were not deemed satisfactory. The botulinum toxin can lead to a serious form of food poisoning that can be fatal, according to the Food Standards Agency.

The affected products are:

Product: Paxton & Whitfield Pots of Pork Classic Shredded Pork

Pack size: All pack sizes

Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019

Batch code: All batch codes

Product: Paxton & Whitfield Pots of Pork Shredded Pork with Sloe Gin

Pack size: All pack sizes

Best before end: All date codes up to and including 28/01/2019

Batch code: All batch codes

No other Paxton & Whitfield products are known to be affected.

If you have purchased the products, do not consume them. Instead, return them to the store where they were bought and a full refund will be issued.

Related topics: Manufacturing, Food Safety, Meat & poultry

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