A Welsh food company has recalled several of its products over fears they may contain glass.
Caerphilly-based Peter's Food Services said it has decided to remove a batch from supermarkets including Asda and Lidl as well as its own products as a 'precaution' due to potential glass contamination.
Mr Greenwood added consumer safety is of 'paramount importance' and it is regularly audited and tested to 'safeguard the quality of the products' baked at its factory in Bedwas.
Here are the products that have been recalled:
- ASDA 2 Peppered Steak Slices - (Use By date: 19 & 20 August 2017)
- ASDA 2 Steak Slices - (Use By date: 19 & 20 August 2017)
- LIDL Chef Select 2 Chicken and Mushroom Slices - (Use By date: 20 August 2017)
- LIDL Chef Select 2 Minced Steak and Onion Slices - (Use By date 20 August 2017)
- Peter’s Deli Cheese and Onion Pasty Pack - (Use By date 20 August 2017)
- Peter’s Cheese and Onion Pasty - (Use By date: 20 August 2017)
- Peter’s Premier Chicken and Bacon Slice - (Use By date: 21 August 2017)
- Peter’s Premier Chicken Tikka Slice - (Use By date: 20 & 21 August 2017)
- Peter’s Premier Sausage and Bean Slice (Use By date: 20 August 2017)
- Peter’s Premier Steak Slice - (Use By date: 20 August 2017)
Who are Peter's?
Peter's was founded back in the 1950’s with ‘Thomas Pies’, a small pie manufacturer in Merthyr Tydfil that produced sausage rolls, pies and pasties.
It moved to its existing home in Caerphilly in 1976 and has ten distribution centres around the country.
In 1988, the business was sold to Grand Metropolitan for in excess of £95m.
Peter's produces 3 million pastries every week which are delivered and sold in local shops, restaurants, schools, hospitals, supermarkets and stadiums.