Several products from Asda and Lidl stores have been recalled because they could contain fragments of glass.
It is not known if the products were sold at Asda in Burton or Lidl stores in Burton and Swadlincote.
The Food Standards Agency says that Peter's Food Service Ltd has recalled several baked meat and pastry products because they may contain fragments of glass.
An agency spokesman said: "If you have bought any of the products, do not eat them. Instead, return them to the store where they were bought for a full refund.
"Point of sale notices will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling these products. These notices explain to customers why the products are being recalled and tell them what to do if they have bought the product. No other Peter's Food Service Ltd batches or products are known to be affected."
The products can be returned to any store and a receipt is not needed.
The Asda products that are being recalled are Asda Two Peppered Steak Slices with expiry dates of August 19 and 20 and Asda Two Steak Slices, also with expiry dates of August 19 and 20. The affected products have a batch code of L6 220 and L6 221.
The Lidl products affected are Lidl Chef Select Two Chicken and Mushroom Slices with an expiry date of August 20 and the Lidl Chef Select Two Minced Steak and Onion Slices that also expire on August 20. Both of the products have a batch code of L6 220.
Also recalled is Peter's Deli Cheese and Onion Pasty Pack, Peter's Cheese and Onion Pasty Pack, dated August 20, Peter's Premier Chicken Tikka Slice Packs dated August 20 and 21 and the Peter's Premier Sausage and Bean Slice Pack and Peter's Premier Steak Slice Pack, both with an expiry date of August 20.