SCOTCH eggs made for shops including Marks & Spencer and Somerfield have been found to be contaminated with glass.
Police are investigating after production was stopped at Pork Farms Bowyers's site at Trowbridge, Wiltshire, and remaining eggs were taken off the shelves.
Those affected include Marks & Spencer's 2 Scotch Eggs 240g, 4 Picnic Eggs 210g and 100-piece party selection Leave It To Us 2.2kg, all with use-by dates up to July 13.
Customers are asked to return the products to any branch of Marks & Spencer for a refund.
Others affected include Somerfield Scotch Eggs 2 Pack, Somerfield Savoury Eggs Mini 276g and Somerfield Eggs 4 Pack, with use-by dates up to and including July 17.
Somerfield shoppers have also been asked to take the products back to get a refund.
The third brand affected is Pork Farms Bowyers. Consumers are being asked to destroy products including their 4 and 12 pack Savoury Bites and Snack Bars and return the wrappers for a refund.