UK SUPERMARKET Nisa has issued an urgent recall of its chicken fillets because they have they wrong use-by date label which could see shoppers unknowingly buy poultry that is up to a month out of date.
The chain has removed some packets of its Heritage British Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets from the shelves because they have the wrong use-by date printed on the label.
A mix up means the meat displays a use-by date of December 29 when it is actually unsafe to eat by November 29 - a whole month earlier than advertised.
Eating out-of-date chicken up to a month past its use-by date could make shoppers ill.
Food poisoning can last up to 48 hour and can cause symptoms including stomach cramps, vomiting, fever and diarrhoea.