Aldi issues 'don't eat' warning over popular item as police launch probe

Aldi has issued an urgent "do not eat" warning to customers over a popular product, as police have launched an investigation into the matter.

The supermarket giant has recalled a specific batch of Village Bakery 8 Tortilla Wraps White amid concerns they could have been tampered with and might contain metal. The recall, which was announced to shoppers last month, affects products with a best before end date of April 29.

Aldi is advising anyone who has bought the wraps to avoid eating them and instead return them to their local store for a full refund. For those seeking more information or with any questions, Aldi customer service can be reached at 0800 042 0800 or through their help website at


In-store warning notices have been displayed in Aldi branches that sell the affected tortilla wraps, cautioning customers about the potential risk. The supermarket chain has confirmed that the recall is part of an "active police investigation".

A statement from Aldi emphasized their commitment to safety and quality, stating: "All our products go through rigorous safety and quality check. We are recalling this product as a precautionary measure. As there is an active police investigation we are not able to comment any further on this matter at this time."