Products recalled after Japanese cyanide scare

MILLIONS of sausages and pizzas have been recalled after a Japanese meat processing company detected the poisonous chemical cyanide at one of its plants.

MILLIONS of sausages and pizzas have been recalled after a Japanese meat processing company detected the poisonous chemical cyanide at one of its plants.

This latest scare comes just days after two Japanese manufacturers withdrew instant noodles from sale after insecticide was found in them.

The company says tests have revealed cyanide levels at a factory near Tokyo to be up to three times the government recommended limit.

The firm says it is investigating whether its products have been contaminated.

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