A broken machine has left Oatly drinkers at risk of swallowing metal pieces.
Oatly UK Limited has recalled its chilled Oat Drink Whole after a machine part broke during production.
It is feared metal could have been accidentally distributed in the drink and all one litre cartons with the expiration date April 29, 2019, should be returned for a refund.
Recall notices have been placed in shops that sell Oatly products to warn customers to bring the product back for a refund
Oatly UK Limited has recalled its chilled Oat Drink Whole after a machine part broke during production
The Food Standards Agency issued a food alert warning anyone who bought this drink to return it as ‘the presence of metal makes this product unsafe to drink’.
The agency said: ‘If you have bought any of the above product do not drink it. Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.’
And recall notices have been placed in shops that sell Oatly products to warn customers to bring the product back for a refund.
It reads: ‘As a precaution we’re doing a recall of an isolated batch of Oatly chilled Oat Drink whole that might contain metal pieces from a broken machine part.
‘The risk is very small, but we always put safety first and want to make sure we eliminate any risk.
‘The batch affected has a best before date of 29.04.19. Return product to store for refund.’