Biscuit collection and crispbreads recalled due to presence of moth larvae


An organic biscuit collection and crispbreads have been recalled by Daylesford Organic because of the presence of moth larvae.

Daylesford Organic, which has a farm in the Cotswolds and four shops in London, is recalling its Daylesford Organic Rye, Spelt and Raisin Crispbreads with a pack size of 120g and its Daylesford Organic Savoury Biscuit Selection, which weigh either 360g or 960g.

Online grocers Ocado also stock the crispbreads.

Daylesford says the products all batches of the products are unsafe to eat due to the presence of moth larvae, also known as the common clothes moth.

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If you have bought any of the products, the company says to keep the packaging unopened and return them to the store you bought them at, where you’ll get a refund with or without a receipt.

Tesco similarly recalled its Apple and Cranberry Stuffing Mix last month, saying the products may have contained moths and were “unfit for human consumption”.

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