A massive batch of West London Sandwiches products that may be "unfit for human consumption" were recalled on Tuesday (December 5).
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) found that 13 types of sandwiches made by Southall -based company West London Sandwiches were "produced in unhygienic conditions".
Favourites including BLT, ham and cheese and egg and cress were among the products recalled.
The sandwiches recalled had use by dates of up to and including December 6, 2017.
The FSA advises anyone who bought the sandwiches not to eat them and to return them to the shop where they bought them for a full refund.
An FSA spokesman said: "The products were produced in unhygienic conditions and may be unfit for human consumption. If you have bought any of the above products do not eat it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund."
West London Sandwiches recall
- Tuna Sweetcorn Sandwich
- Cheese Salad Sandwich
- Cheese and Onion Sandwich
- Chicken Tikka Sandwich
- Chicken Sweetcorn Sandwich
- Egg Bacon Sandwich
- Egg and Cress Sandwich
- Chicken Bacon Sandwich
- Ham Cheese Sandwich
- Cheese Ploughmans Sandwich
- BLT Sandwich
- Piri Piri Chicken Sandwich
- Chicken, Bacon, Mayo Sandwich
West London Sandwiches, which is based at Unit 6 Dominion Road, Maina Industrial Estate in Southall, has been advised by the FSA to display "point of sale" notices at retail stores that are selling the recalled sandwiches.
West London Sandwiches has been approached for comment.
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