Biscuits and crispbreads recalled over moth larvae fears

The organic food company issued a notice to customers on certain products.

Daylesford Organic biscuits and crispbreads recalled over moth larvae fears Getty Images

A selection of biscuits and crispbreads have been recalled for the presence of moth larvae.

According to the Food Standards Agency, Daylesford Organic’s selection of rye, spelt and raisin crispbreads and a savoury biscuit selection have been deemed unsafe to eat.

The organic food company are recalling the crispbread products with a pack size of 120g and a best before between May, 22 2024 and June, 5 2024.

The 360g and 960g sizes of the biscuits with a best before of May 22, June 5, and September, 10 2024 have also been recalled.

Online retailer Ocado also stocks the items from the company which has a farm in the Cotswolds and four stores in London.

Daylesford Organic have advised customers who have bought the items to keep the packaging unopened and return them to the store they were purchased at.

Daylesford Organic biscuits and crispbreads have been recalled. Photo: Daylesford Organic.

The company say affected customers will receive a refund on the products with or without a receipt.

Those seeking more information can contact the company’s customer services on 01608 692 871 or by sending an email to guest.services@daylesford.com.

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