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Does anyone hear eat Seabrook crisps? I found a stone fragment in the prawn cocktail hoop crisps.

4 weeks ago
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OMG you need to contact the retailer who will inform manufacturer incase they need to recall the product. A stone could break a tooth or choke someone. Also there is a team with council like a Trading Standards team, I forget the unit, who look at anything dangerous or unhygenic incase it needs a product recall and fine etc


I love them crisps can't say I've had any issues with them definitely contact them with pictures of the stone


Sounds like a recall should happen.


Not eaten Seabrook's Crisps in years, always found then too salty.

Make sure you inform Seabrook's of your discovery & take a picture as this might not be an isolated incident; like PaxAmerica & PhilipMarc have already stated this needs a Product Recall...


I only eat Seabrook crisps 😯, never had a problem with them, will be double checking next time I eat them


Not had anything like that but should be reported as other have said. I have always found seabrooks fairly bland in flavor anytime I have tried them so don't bother now

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