Metal flakes found in Ben & Jerry’s ice cream

Ben and Jerry's have recalled some of their ice cream products.
Ben and Jerry's have recalled some of their ice cream products.

The makers of popular ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s has recalled four batches of its product after pieces of metal were discovered in them.

Unilever said it had identified a period of production where small pieces of metal may have found their way into tubs of Cookie Dough ice cream.

As a precaution it is recalling all potentially affected items.

The affected batches are 500ml cartons of Cookie Dough, with batch codes L62110L011 / L62111L011 / L62112L011 / L62113L011.

Unilever has urged anyone who bought the affected product to dispose of it immediately and contact its customer care line on 0800 146 252 to arrange a replacement.