The recall applied to 400g packs of the products with the use-by dates from March 1 to March 3 2018. The presence of rubber made the product unsafe to eat and presented a safety risk, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Consumers who have bought the products were advised not to eat them and, instead, return them to the store where they were purchased to receive a full refund.
The past week has seen a number of recalls made by food manufacturers in the UK.
Contaminated by moths
Gluten Free Foods was forced to recall a batch of its Barkat Organic Gluten Free Porridge Flakes, after some of the products were contaminated by moths and moth larvae.
Only 500g packs of porridge with a best-before date of October 6 2018 were affected by this recall.
A notice on the FSA’s website advised consumers to not eat the product and instead return it to the store it was purchased from to receive a full refund.