An Irish bakery is recalling bread products amid concerns some may contain small pieces of metal.
Johnston Mooney & O'Brien says only products with a best before date of February 11 are affected.
No bun or roll products are impacted.
The company says while there is a very small risk that some of its bread products with this best before date may contain small pieces of metal - it's issuing a national recall as a precautionary measure.
It says any potentially affected packs have been removed from supermarket shelves and any that were in the distribution system have also been recalled.
Anyone with a Johnston Mooney & O'Brien bread product with the best before date February 11, can return it to the shop where it was bought for a full refund.
People can also send the empty packaging with their name and address to the company's Dublin address to get their money back.