Salmonella outbreak: Shoppers say MORE chicken products should be added to recall list

Britons who have become sick after eating cooked chicken have today called for extra items to be added to the nationwide recall list, after more than 100 different product lines were pulled from shelves amid a salmonella scare.

Shoppers have reported being ‘violently sick’ after eating chicken wraps and sandwiches – including ones not currently included on the UK Food Standards Agency’s (UKFSA) recall list.

The authority issued the list of 113 products yesterday after after salmonella was detected at the Cranswick food processing plant in Hull during a ‘routine internal inspection’.

It sparked 12 different food sellers, including supermarkets, coffee shops and convenience stores, to pull items from their shelves, with Co-Op, Amazon, Costa and Starbucks the latest big name food chains to be impacted by the contamination scare.

Pret, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Leon, M&S and Waitrose also stopped selling some some or all cooked poultry products due to the scare, which has seen products even snatched from shoppers’ hands in some cases.

Tesco yesterday released a list of cooked poultry products it warns could be impacted. Tesco’s list of 14 items includes plain chicken breast slices, BBQ breast pieces and flame grilled chicken thins.

Shoppers have today told MailOnline how they have become sick after eating chicken products in recent days. One, Peter McKernan, 41, bought a Southern Style Fried Chicken Wrap from a Southern Co-Op in Weymouth on Wednesday evening.

The father-of-three, who runs a window cleaning business, ate the wrap soon after and was then ‘violently sick’ overnight.

He believes he suffered from a type of food poisoning – though the product does not currently feature on the recall list. He told MailOnline: ‘I bought the wrap around 7pm and by 12.20am I was being violently sick.

‘I woke up with a stomach ache and the I started throwing up and had a bad stomach.

‘I was up and down until about 4.15pm. I was going to a charity garden party at Buckingham Palace the next day which I didn’t really enjoy because I still felt unwell.’ 

Mr McKeran urged Co-Op to look into other chicken products. Southern Co-Op have been contacted for a comment.

Another, Caroline Austin, said her four-year-old son Harvey fell ill after eating pre-cooked chicken from a supermarket – which she did not name.   

She said: ‘He was violently sick/upset stomach during the night  – but neither myself nor his brother were unwell. 

‘I put it down to stomach bug, but it chimes exactly with the reports. He was the only one to eat pre cooked chicken with our wrap dinner Tuesday evening, and the only one to get unwell.’

Meanwhile, other have taken to social media to complain about falling sick after eating chicken products. One Twitter user wrote today: ‘Ate a chicken and bacon Caesar wrap from Waitrose shell station in St Albans on Monday and have been sick as a dog, throwing up so much I couldn’t sleep and rough since then. Nice one for telling us about the salmonella days after buying.’

Others have contacted supermarkets asking if their products are say. One Twitter user, copying in Tesco, wrote: ‘Tesco I see you are recalling BBQ chicken pieces due to a salmonella risk. I haven’t received a recall notice and ate some today in a wrap at lunch. The use by date on my pack is 14th May what do I do??’

Tesco responded: ‘Hi Barbs. If you take the packaging to the customer service desk in-store my colleagues there will be able to refund it for you. If you do start to feel unwell at all we’d recommend speaking with your GP.’

The Cranswick chicken plant in Hull, which supplies chicken to many of Britain's biggest retailers, and is now at the centre of a salmonella outbreak that has seen sandwiches, wraps and salads destroyed and the factory closed

The Cranswick chicken plant in Hull, which supplies chicken to many of Britain’s biggest retailers, and is now at the centre of a salmonella outbreak that has seen sandwiches, wraps and salads destroyed and the factory closed

Empty shelves where chicken sandwiches and wraps belong at a Sainsbury's in Notting Hill today

Empty shelves where chicken sandwiches and wraps belong at a Sainsbury's in Notting Hill today

Empty shelves where chicken sandwiches and wraps belong at a Sainsbury’s in Notting Hill today

Empty shelves at Pret in Kensington today where chicken products have been pulled and signs removed

Empty shelves at Pret in Kensington today where chicken products have been pulled and signs removed 

Shoppers have today told MailOnline how they have become sick after eating chicken products in recent days. One, Peter McKernan, 41, bought a Southern Style Fried Chicken Wrap (pictured) from a Southern Co-Op in Weymouth on Wednesday evening - although the item is not on a recall list

Shoppers have today told MailOnline how they have become sick after eating chicken products in recent days. One, Peter McKernan, 41, bought a Southern Style Fried Chicken Wrap (pictured) from a Southern Co-Op in Weymouth on Wednesday evening – although the item is not on a recall list

Tesco's list of 14 items includes plain chicken breast slices, BBQ breast pieces and flame grilled chicken thins

Tesco’s list of 14 items includes plain chicken breast slices, BBQ breast pieces and flame grilled chicken thins

M&S said in a notice on their website: they were recalling 12 food products 'given a small number of products may contain Salmonella'

M&S said in a notice on their website: they were recalling 12 food products ‘given a small number of products may contain Salmonella’

Aldi has recalled Eat + Go Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap and Eat + Go Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap Triple because of the possible presence of salmonella

Aldi has recalled Eat + Go Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap and Eat + Go Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap Triple because of the possible presence of salmonella

The Cranswick statement that said that the salmonella was found in a 'routine inspection'

The Cranswick statement that said that the salmonella was found in a ‘routine inspection’ 

Cranswick, which bills itself as a producer of 160 tonnes a day of gourmet cooked chicken for sandwiches and meals, says the salmonella was detected during a ‘routine internal inspection’. 

The products feared to be contaminated appear to have use by dates of May 11, 12 and 13, and tonnes of food have now been seized and binned. 

The Food Standards Agency has advised people with products in the fridge not to eat them.

WHAT IS SALMONELLA? 

Salmonella is a type of bacterial infection often described simply as ‘food poisoning’.

Salmonella bacteria live in the gut of farm animals and is shed through their stool.

Most people become infected by consuming food or water that has been contaminated by feces. 

It is most common in raw meat, poultry, seafood and eggs because the cooking process kills off the bugs.

Faeces may get onto raw meat and poultry during the butchering process, while seafood may be contaminated if harvested from contaminated water.

Contamination can also happen when food is prepared by people who don’t wash their hands thoroughly after using the toilet, changing a nappy or  handling contaminated food themselves.

Symptoms include: 

Most people develop the above symptoms within eight to 72 hours after exposure and recover within a few days to a week.

Doctors advise taking in lots of fluids, such as water or squash, to avoid dehydration. 

Life-threatening complications also may develop if the infection spreads beyond the intestines.

About one in 2,500 people who get salmonella die from the infection.

When to see a doctor:

 

In its statement, UKFSA said: ‘Cranswick Country Foods are recalling several products containing chicken because salmonella has been found in some of the chicken used to manufacture these products. 

‘As a precaution additional products are also being recalled whilst investigations continue.’

It is not yet clear if anyone has been made ill by the bug, which kicks in between six hours to six days after infection. 

It causes diarrhoea, fever, and stomach cramps and in severe cases can cause hospitalisation. Around 50 people die each year in the UK.

Today, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) urged people not to eat any products on the recall list. However they said there had been no reported cases linked to the recall at this time.

Dr Gauri Godbole, Consultant Medical Microbiologist at UKHSA, said: ‘Following the recall of certain chicken products due to possible contamination with Salmonella, we are not aware of any cases linked to the recall at this time.

‘UKHSA is assisting the Food Standards Agency with their investigations. Anyone who has any of the products included in the recall should not consume them and return it to the place from where they made the purchase.

‘Salmonella is a type of stomach bug that causes tummy pain, vomiting and diarrhoea. Symptoms typically resolve themselves within a few days, however, they can be more severe with fever and dehydration, especially in young children, those who are pregnant and those with weakened immune systems.

‘Anybody with concerns that they have symptoms of salmonellosis should contact their GP or call NHS 111. Salmonella can be spread from person to person as well as from food, so anyone affected should adhere to good hygiene practices, such as washing hands thoroughly after using the bathroom and avoiding handling food for others where possible, if you have symptoms.’

A spokesman for Cranswick, which makes the majority of supermarket own brand sausages but fairly recently moved into chicken said: ‘As a precautionary measure, we have asked our customers to remove any of their products containing our ready to eat chicken produced during the affected period. 

‘We are working closely with the Foods Standards Agency and will collaborate with their experts to resolve the matter’, adding that its factory ‘will remain closed until the investigations are complete’.

The mass pulling of chicken products shows how exposed the UK food chain is to a handful of huge suppliers. 

MailOnline has visited several supermarkets and food stores today where shelves usually piled high with chicken salads and sandwiches were bare or closed off.

One Pret store in Kensington had removed all labels for its poultry products, with staff saying they were ‘all gone’.

A nearby M&S is continuing to sell chicken and sweetcorn and chicken and avocado sandwiches, but its chicken and bacon and chicken and salad ones have been pulled, leaving an empty shelf. 

Yesterday it emerged that one Sainsbury’s customer tried to buy some of the chicken but had it snatched from them by a woman at the till.

The 10 products recalled by Waitrose 

Waitrose is recalling all of the below products with a use by date up to and including 14 May due to the potential presence of Salmonella, which may cause illness if consumed.

Waitrose last night became the latest supermarket giant recalling some of its chicken sandwich range due to a potential salmonella risk amid a growing High Street poultry crisis. 

The move came as Pret A Manger removed all the chicken items on its menu, Aldi recalled its chicken and bacon Caesar wraps and Sainsburys took action on its cooked chicken offering. 

Waitrose took the decision as a ‘precautionary measure’ and urged customers not to eat the sandwiches and wraps. 

‘We’re recalling 10 of our Waitrose chicken sandwich and wrap lines — with Use By dates up to and including 14 May — due to a potential Salmonella risk,’ a spokesperson told MailOnline.

‘Customers should not consume these items and should return them to us for a full refund. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.’

Those being recalled include the Waitrose Roast Chicken Salad with Salad Cream Sandwich; Roast Chicken & Stuffing Sandwich; Essential Chicken Mayo Sandwich and Waitrose Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap.

The issue is thought to be due to an issue from a supplier. 

Marks & Spencer is also now issuing a ‘precautionary recall’ of several chicken products due to the possibility a small number of them may contain salmonella.

A Sainsbury’s spokesperson said in a Tweet: ‘We are recalling the majority of Sainsbury’s and Taste the Difference chicken sandwiches, chicken wraps, chicken sandwich platters and some of our cooked chicken.’

It was described as a precautionary measure, with the supermarket chain adding: ‘Our supplier has alerted us that salmonella has been detected in some batches of cooked chicken.’

M&S said in a notice on their website: they were recalling 12 food products ‘given a small number of products may contain Salmonella.’

The items include the Coronation Chicken Deli Filler; 14 piece classic sandwich platter; Classic mini roll selection; Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap; Made Without Wheat Gluten Free Chicken & Bacon Sandwich and the Roast Chicken & Bacon Sandwich.

Pret also took the ‘precautionary measure’ to removed the chicken items ‘due to a potential food safety risk at a supplier’. 

The chain previously advertised a Sriracha Chicken Salad Wrap for its new menu but the item does not currently appear on its website.

Marks & Spencer product recalls 

Marks & Spencer has recalled the following items:  

 

Previous staples including the Chicken Caesar baguette are also not available, with a notice saying ‘Oops, this product is currently not in our shops’.

A Pret A Manger spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘As a precautionary measure, we’ve temporarily removed the majority of chicken items on our menu due to a potential food safety risk at one of our suppliers. 

‘We hope to have these products back in shops soon. We apologise for any inconvenience.’   

A spokesperson for LEON Restaurants also told MailOnline: ‘We are aware of a recent incident regarding one of our suppliers, which is affecting a number of other food brands and retailers. 

‘As soon as we became aware of this, we quickly and proactively removed all chicken dishes from our restaurants as a precaution. 

‘Once we have total reassurance, we will bring back our full range, and we thank our guests for their patience. If anyone has any questions, they are able to contact us on hello@leon.co’

Waitrose’s and Pret’s issues have been linked to Aldi, which had to recall its chicken and bacon Caesar wraps over salmonella fears and Sainsbury’s, where customers reports being ‘blocked’ from buying chicken. 

Anyone with the Aldi items in their fridge is being advised not to eat them by the Food Standards Agency. They are instead being asked to return them to the nearest store for a full refund.

The Eat + Go chicken and bacon Caesar wrap and triple wrap are both affected. The items contaminated have use by dates of May 11 and May 12.

Meanwhile, Brits took to social media to report chicken being removed from Sainsbury’s branches. 

Waitrose told MailOnline it is recalling 10 of its Waitrose chicken sandwich and wrap lines — with Use By dates up to and including 14 May, but did not say which exact ones. Pictured, the chicken and bacon Caesar wrap

The supermarket has recalled 10 of its Waitrose chicken sandwich and wrap lines, but did not say which exact ones. Pictured, the southern fried chicken wrap

Waitrose told MailOnline it is recalling 10 of its own chicken sandwich and wrap lines — with Use By dates up to and including 14 May, but it did not specify which exact ones. Pictured, the chicken and bacon Caesar, and southern fried chicken wraps

Pret a Manger has removed all of its chicken items from its online menu - sparking fears they have also been hit with salmonella issues

Pret a Manger has removed all of its chicken items from its online menu – sparking fears they have also been hit with salmonella issues

 

When searching for Pret's Chicken Caesar wrap, the website says 'Oops, this product is currently not in our shops'

When searching for Pret’s Chicken Caesar wrap, the website says ‘Oops, this product is currently not in our shops’

One said: ‘Tried to buy cooked chicken at @sainsburys tonight and it’s been blocked at the till from being sold – anyone else found issues? 

‘Apparently all cooked chicken is blocked from sale including chicken sandwiches.’

Another wrote: ‘I saw two staff members removing loads of chicken products from the shelves this evening, they were being ‘destroyed’ – working from a big list. 

‘I managed to buy some but they checked the list first!’

The full recall list published by the Food Standards Agency: 

ALDI

Aldi Chicken & Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Chicken & Sweetcorn Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Chicken and Bacon Caesar Wraps Mixed Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Chicken and Bacon Caesar Wrap Triple Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Chicken Fajita Triple Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Chicken Beechwood Smoked Bacon and Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Eat & Go Chicken and Bacon Club with Mayo Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Eat & Go Classic Selection Chicken Salad, Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato Prawn Mayonnaise Sandwiches Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Flavoured Mini Chicken Fillets; Mango Curry & Shwarma Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

Aldi Roast Chicken & Bacon Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Roast Chicken Salad Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Aldi Sweet Chilli Chicken Triple Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

TESCO

Tesco Tikka Chicken Breast Thins 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 18 May 2022

Tesco BBQ Chicken Breast Pieces 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

Tesco Chicken Breast Slices 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

Tesco Chicken Breast Slices 180g (Express) Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

Tesco Chicken Breast Slices 360g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

Tesco Coronation Chicken Pieces 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 18 May 2022

Tesco Fajita Chicken Breast Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates up to and including 18 May 2022

Tesco Flame Grilled Chicken Breast Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

Tesco Flame Grilled Chicken Thins 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 18 May 2022

Tesco Garlic & Herb Chicken Breast Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022 T

Tesco Piri Piri Chicken Breast Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates up to and including 18 May 2022

Tesco Piri Piri Chicken Breast Pieces 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

Tesco Sliced Chicken Breast with Sage & Onion 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

Tesco Tandoori Chicken Pieces 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

WAITROSE

Waitrose Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Deep Filled Roast Chicken & Bacon Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Deep Filled Roast Chicken & Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Entertaining Meat Roulade Wrap Selection Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Essential Chicken Mayo Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Roast Chicken & Bacon Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Roast Chicken & Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Roast Chicken & Sweetcorn Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Roast Chicken Salad with Salad Cream Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Waitrose Sweet Chilli Chicken with Coconut & Coriander Pickle Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

AMAZON

Amazon Arabiatta Chicken Pasta Salad Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon BBQ Chicken Hot wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Chicken and Bacon Caesar Baguette Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Chicken and Spinach Protein Pot Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Chicken Caesar Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Chicken Tikka Bites Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Chicken Triple Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Harissa Chicken and Grain Salad Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Katsu Chicken and Coconut Slaw Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Lemongrass Chicken Grain Salad Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Mexican Chicken Mini Salad Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Sweet Chilli Chicken Noodle Salad Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Thai Chicken Hot Box Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

Amazon Tikka Chicken & Masala Potato Use by All use by dates up to and including 12 May 2022

SAINSBURYS

By Sainsbury’s Sage & Onion Chicken Breast Slice 180g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Café Chicken & Bacon Topped Toastie Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Cajun Chicken Grills 180g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chargrilled Chicken Slices 160g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chargrilled Chicken Slices 300g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chargrilled Salt & Chilli Thigh Fillets 150g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken & Sweetcorn Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken and Bacon Sub Roll Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken Fajita Triple Wrap Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken Salad Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken Triple Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken with Pork, Sage & Onion Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Chicken, Bacon & Caesar Wrap Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Classic Sandwich Platter Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 12 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Classic Triple Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Coronation Chicken Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Firecracker Chicken Slices 160g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Flamegrilled Chicken Grills 180g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Flamegrilled Chicken Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Garlic & Herb Chicken Breast Slices 180g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Gluten Free Chicken Caesar Wrap Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Gluten Free Sandwich Platter Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 12 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Grilled Tandoori Chicken Thigh Fillets 150g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Jerk Chicken Wrap Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Kansas City BBQ Wings 486g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Meat Sandwich Platter Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 12 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Mexican Chicken Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Piri Piri Chicken Mini Fillets 170g Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 20 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Spring on the Lemon Chicken Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Thai Red Chicken Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s Wrap Platter Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 12 May 2022

By Sainsburys Chicken & Bacon Sandwich Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

By Sainsbury’s TTD Greek Chicken & Tzatziki Premium Wrap Use by All use by dates from 3 May up to and including 14 May 2022

CAFFE NERO

Caffé Nero Chargrilled Chicken Salad Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 13 May 2022

COOP

Co-op Chicken & Bacon Caesar Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Co-op Chicken & Sweetcorn Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Co-op Chicken and Stuffing Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Co-op Chicken Mayo Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Co-op Coronation Chicken Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 14 May 2022

Co-op Oriental Chicken Curry with Egg Fried Rice 400g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

Co-op Oriental Chow Mein 375g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

Co-op Oriental Sweet and Sour Chicken with Egg Fried Rice 400g Use by All use by dates up to and including 20 May 2022

COSTA

Costa British Chicken Fajita Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Costa British Roast Chicken & Bacon Classic Toastie Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

Costa Chicken & Chorizo Stonebaked Panini Use by All use by dates up to and including 15 May 2022

JAMIE OLIVER DELI BY SHELL

‘Jamie Oliver deli by Shell’ Spicy Chipotle BBQ Chicken Wrap Use by All use by dates up to and including 13 May 2022

ONE STOP

One Stop BBQ Chicken Chunks 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

One Stop Sliced Roast Chicken Breast 180g Use by All use by dates up to and including 19 May 2022

STARBUCKS

Starbucks Coronation Chicken Sandwich Use by All use by dates up to and including 13 May 2022

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