Yorkshire butcher issues second recall over out-of-date products

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Yorkshire-based butcher Sykes House Farm has been forced to recall a second batch of products over a labelling error.

The family-run firm says that packs of its pork sausages were sold with an incorrect use by date and if consumed could pose a potential health risk.

The affected products are 380g packs of Yorkshire Outdoor Six Pork Sausages; Batch code: 166-5; Barcode: 5060182241009. The packs carry a best before date of 25 July 2016 but should have been dated 25 June 2016.

The company has urged anyone who bought the product not to eat it and return it to the store where it was purchase or call its customer relations team on 0800 0686 727.

Earlier this week the Wetherby-based recalled packs of its Smiths Beef & Caramelised Onion Burgers over the same labelling error.