A popular butter has been recalled over fears the product contains "small pieces of metal".

St Helen's Farm has recalled all St Helen’s Farm Goats Butter, with a best before date up to and including March 13 2022.

The 250g quantity product is stocked in major supermarkets across the UK, including Sainsbury's, Tesco, Morrisons,Waitrose and Ocado.

The Food Standards Agency issued an official risk statement on their website saying, "This product may contain pieces of metal which makes the product unsafe to eat."

The body have also advised the public to not eat the product, and to instead return it to the store where it was bought from for a full refund.

St Helen's farm originated in Yorkshire and has been in business for 27 years, sourcing milk from farms across Yorkshire and the Midlands.

The business was bought by the Norwegian owned Kalvi Group, who aquired the brand in 2013.

Point of sale notices are to be displayed in all retail stores that are selling this product, which will explain to customers why the product is being recalled.

For more information on the recall, you can visit here.