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Hipp Organic logoProduct recall: Hipp Organic Fruity O's cerealCheck for affected 140g boxes sold at Tesco

Mon 17 Oct

Children's food manufacturer Hipp Organic has issued an urgent safety warning as four batches of its Fruity O's breakfast cereal (140g) are believed to contain pieces of metal wire.

Hipp Organic Fruity O's breakfast cereal

Hipp Organic says you should not use the cereal if its 'best before' date falls between 19 Jan and 3 Mar 2017.

As a precaution, if you reckon you've bought one of the affected packs (sold only at Tesco), you should refrain from using it and instead return it to the store for a full refund.

No further batches of Fruity O's cereal or other Hipp Organic products are thought to be affected.

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Hipp Organic logoFREE £1.29 Hipp baby foodClick & print coupon for baby food

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Print off a coupon for up to £1.29 off Hipp baby food, valid on any 70g, 100g or 130g pouch – which will make it free. It’s one coupon per transaction and one per person, valid at major supermarkets that stock the products. 

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