Customers have been advised not to eat a batch of turkey butterflies that were produced in "unapproved premises", the food safety watchdog has warned.
Turkey meat was processed by Severnside Provisions Ltd in Newport, South Wales "in conditions that do not meet the required hygiene standards for food production", the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said.
An FSA spokesman said there was no "specific risk to public health from consuming this product" but customers who bought a turkey butterfly processed by the firm are advised not to eat it.
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