Coffee Company Which Previously Faced Backlash Recalls Food Products Over Fears of 'Small Stones'


A coffee company that previously faced backlash has issued a recall over certain food products over fears they may contain “small stones.”

Costa Coffee, a popular coffee chain in the United Kingdom, issued a recall over several wraps and sandwiches, warning the products were “unsafe to eat,” according to a press release from the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

“Costa is recalling several sandwich and wrap products because they may contain small stones,” the press release said. “This may present a choking hazard and are unsafe to eat.”

Costa’s chicken & bacon Caesar wrap, southern fried chicken wrap, chicken salad sandwich, and BLT sandwich were the products the company recalled.

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“If you have bought the above products, do not eat them,” the press release said. “Instead, return them to the store from where they were bought for a full refund.”

The company faced criticism at the beginning of August after revealing an advertisement appearing to show a girl who had scars in the place where her breasts should be. Costa was accused of “promoting the mutilation of healthy young girls.”

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