Organic Fruity O’s Breakfast Cereal sold in UK Stores, Recalled Over Fears it Contains METAL WIRE


UK super retailer Tesco is recalling a popular children's cereal over fears that it may contain metal wire. 




The possible contaminated breakfast boxes were only sold at specific Tesco stores and HiPP is advising customers to return the box and ask for a refund.

Metal pieces were found in three products in Germany, where the cereal is manufactured, leading to fears that the problem may have spread worldwide. The factory have meanwhile halted production on these cereals while the issue is investigated by company bosses.


The specific products affected are:
  • HiPP Organic Fruity O’s breakfast cereal with best-before dates from 19 January 2017 – 3 March 2017 (best-before date at top of the pack)
  • Breakfast cereal, 140 g
  • Batch numbers L190416 / L020616 / L200417 / L030616






Customers worried about this issue are advised to return any potentially damaged boxes to their nearest Tesco store, with no receipt necessary.



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