ConAgra isn’t the only firm having frozen thingy problems.
The U.K.’s Food Standards Agency is warning consumers that all batches of ‘Aunt Bessie’s eight beef meatballs in a rich onion gravy’ sold exclusively in Iceland stores have incomplete cooking instructions.
The current cooking instructions may not provide sufficient heat treatment to ensure thorough cooking, and could therefore possibly lead to food poisoning, although the risk is low.
As a precautionary measure, Iceland has taken all remaining stocks of product off its shelf. It is also displaying point-of-sale notices in its stores advising customers of what actions they can take if they have already bought this product.