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The high-end northern supermarket chain Booths has recalled five of its pre-cut vegetable mixes amid fears they may contain 'small pieces of sharp metal'.
Booths - which has most of its branches in Lancashire - has taken its diced red onion, butternut squash & red onion soup mix, diced white onion, minestrone soup mix and leek & potato soup mix off the shelves.
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The chain told MailOnline the products have been recalled as a 'precautionary measure' do to a 'manufacturing issue'.
A spokesperson told MailOnline: 'The packs have been recalled as a precautionary measure do to a manufacturing issue.
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'Technical teams are on site investigating the problem and putting procedures in place to ensure the problem is remedied and prevented in future.'
The only affected diced red and white onion packs are those that weigh 200g, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
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The butternut squash & red onion soup mix weighs 600g, minestrone soup mix 535g and leek & potato soup mix 500g.
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