UK supermarket chain Tesco has recalled Carmarthenshire Boksburg Blue Counter Cheese - in light of 'production and hygiene' concerns.
The supplier reportedly failed to follow proper procedure, and did not receive approval from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) prior to production.
As a result, Tesco is left in the dark regarding the company's 'production and hygiene procedures'.
Those who have purchased the product are able to return it to Tesco for a full refund.
The FSA has said that the product poses no immediate risk to consumer health.
A Tesco spokesperson said: "We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused."
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