Morrisons is recalling its “Traditional Chicken and Mushroom Pie” from sale as a result of a small selection of packs don’t comprise that pie, however a fish pie.
The fish pie accommodates fish and mustard which aren’t discussed at the label.
The Food Standards Agency says the grocery store’s pies are subsequently a conceivable well being chance for any person with an allergic reaction to mustard and/or fish.
It says that the ones purchased in error must be returned to the shop from the place they had been purchased.
The product on the center of the mix-up is the Morrisons “Traditional Chicken & Mushroom Pie” within the 400g packs, with a use-by date of four December 2017.
Morrisons, which is the United Kingdom’s fourth-biggest grocery store chain, has apologised for the mistake.
It may be contacting allergic reaction fortify organisations, which can inform their contributors in regards to the recall.
Notices explaining why the pies are being withdrawn are being positioned in shops.
No different Morrisons merchandise are identified to be affected.