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Unilever is recalling Magnum Almond Ice Cream Sticks amid fears they may contain plastic and metal





More Magnum ice creams are being recalled over fears they may be unsafe to eat.

Manufacturer Unilver has issued a safety recall notice for another batch of its frozen treats because of the possible presence of plastic and metal.

Shoppers who have bought affected batches have been told not to eat them. Image: iStock.
Shoppers who have bought affected batches have been told not to eat them. Image: iStock.

Earlier this month the firm issued a warning about packets of its Magnum Classic Ice Cream Sticks over concerns they could be contaminated with metal.

It is now recalling packets of Magnum Almond Ice Cream Sticks.

The affected batches will come in packs of three – each at 100ml – with best before dates of December 2025 and batch codes L3338, L3339, L3340, L3341 and L3342.

Any households with the ice creams at home is asked not to eat them and telephone Unilver on 0800 146252 for further help and advice.

Notices are also going up in shops and supermarkets, says the Food Standards Agency, to make shoppers aware.



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