Aldi recalls chocolates sold in Corby, Kettering and Market Harborough after salmonella found

Discount supermarket giant Aldi is recalling a product on sale in the region after salmonella was found
Discount supermarket giant Aldi is recalling a product on sale in the region after salmonella was found

Discount supermarket giant Aldi is recalling a product on sale in the region after salmonella was found.

The store has recalled 200g (7oz) packs of Choceur Treasures with a best before date of September 1, 2015.

The company said the chocolate was sold in the West Midlands, East Midlands and parts of Lincolnshire.

Stores including those in Corby, Kettering and Market Harborough are on the list of stores where the Choceur Treasures were sold.

Anyone who bought the product is asked to return it to the store.

The Food Standards Agency is warning people not to eat the product.

It said no other Aldi products were known to be affected.