Brennans family pan 'may contain pieces of laminated paper'

Brennans family pan 'may contain pieces of laminated paper'

Brennans is recalling it's family pan as a precautionary measure, saying it may contain small pieces of laminated paper.

The 800 gram sliced pan has a best before date of May 20.

In a statement this evening the company says there is no risk to consumers who may have already consumed the product and any potentially affected packs have already been removed from supermarket shelves.

Brennans have been in business for 45 years in Ireland.

Starting out in Fumbally Lane, Dublin, they are now one of the largest bakeries in Ireland.


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