Another food recall has been made and this time it involves apple pies. The recall was made late yesterday afternoon.
The New South Wales Food Authority made a national recall has been issued for Nanna’s family apple pies. The product can be found at Coles, Woolworths, IGA, Foodlands and other independent supermarkets.
All 600-gram apple pies with a best-before date of October 21, 2020 and October 22, 2020, are being recalled. This is because there is a potential presence of glass in the Nanna’s family apple pie.
It said glass could have found its way into the pies because of “an equipment failure with a supplier”. Since this discover, the company “has initiated a recall of the affected batches as a precautionary measure”. Consumers are advised not to eat any of the pies and to return them to the place they were purchased to get a full refund.
After the huge food safety scandal caused by Nanna’s frozen mixed berries in 2015 (click here for the story), this newest scandal will cause a ripple in the company. Just as consumer confidence is building again, this may cause another rupture in the consumer trust.
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