The supermarket is pulling their ‘Traditional Chicken and Mushroom Pie’ from the shelves and has asked customers to return any bought in error.
Fish (obviously) and mustard are included in the fish pies and are not mentioned on the label, meaning they pose a health risk to people allergic of those ingredients.
As a result, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) advised the pies be recalled, with anyone affected able to claim a full refund on their purchase.
The product in question if the Morrisons ‘Traditional Chicken & Mushroom Pie’ in 400g packs, with a use-by date of 4 December 2017.
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Morrisons, the fourth-largest supermarket chain in the UK, have apologised for the error and has contacted allergy support organisations so they can alert members.
No other products are thought to be affected.