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    • choille
    • By choille 18th Jun 19, 5:44 PM
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    Morrisons roasting Tin
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    • 18th Jun 19, 5:44 PM
    Morrisons roasting Tin 18th Jun 19 at 5:44 PM
    Bought a roasting tin with rack several months ago. Used it a few times and then it started peeling - bits of metal appeared on a roast so I took it back. They were all iffy because I didn't have the receipt but I took them to the shelf where they were for sale & they gave me a replacement which has done the same.

    I didn't think it would have the same fault so used it just a few times before it did it again. Had folks round for a roast & it really wasn't fit to eat as the meat had metal all along the base of it & the juices were grey-metallic looking.

    I phoned them up & have been given the run around. I did eventually get some points on my Loyality Card but I think it's probably quite dangerous & what I wanted was an explanation and advise on what I have been ingesting because it's possible that it's been leeching into the food for a while - the coating or whatever is on it.

    The roasting tin is still on the shelves.

    When I phoned today the customer service guy wasn't even prepared to look at the case number I was given - he wanted me to go back through it all - explain it all again to him. I'd been on the phone over 20 minutes and I just felt like losing the will to live.
    I just got the impression that they don't care. Now Trading Standards no longer deal with individuals so I don't know where to get answers from.
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    • Rainbowgirl84
    • By Rainbowgirl84 19th Jun 19, 6:49 PM
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    They shouldn't be selling stuff like it for food use.

    It's just another backwards slide into safety standards being compromised as far as I am concerned.
    Originally posted by choille
    Where do you think the non-stick coating goes when it wears out which has happened since it first appeared...in frying pans for example?
    Last edited by Rainbowgirl84; 19-06-2019 at 6:51 PM.
    • choille
    • By choille 19th Jun 19, 7:49 PM
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    Where do you think the non-stick coating goes when it wears out which has happened since it first appeared...in frying pans for example?
    Originally posted by Rainbowgirl84
    Onto a scouring pad & then down the drain?

    It's not a frying pan - it's a roasting tin that peeled its coating onto the food - like silver streamers it was all over the beef.

    I've never seen that happen to bacon, egg or sausages.
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