Check your freezer: Urgent recall issued for popular supermarket dessert
A nationwide recall has been issued for one of Australia’s favourite desserts, Nanna’s Family Apple Pie.
The dessert, which is sold at major supermarkets across Australia, has been removed from shelves amid fears of glass contamination.
Food Standards Australia and New Zealand issued a statement today, warning customers to return the apple pies to stores to receive a full refund.
“Consumers should not eat this product,” the statement read.
#recall: Patties Foods Ltd is recalling Nanna’s Family Apple Pie from Coles, Woolworths, IGAs, Foodlands and other independent supermarkets nationally, due to the potential presence of foreign matter (glass). Best Before 21 OCT 2020 and 22 OCT 2020 only https://t.co/Es2Atp3127 pic.twitter.com/dmhm5WG3P4
— NSW Food Authority (@NSWFoodAuth) December 5, 2018
The recall only concerns the 600g size pie with best before dates ranging from October 21, 2020 to October 22, 2020.
No other products from the brand are included in the recall.
The glass is believed to have contaminated the dessert after an equipment failure.
Anyone concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
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