Australian dried apricots were recalled last night. South Australia Health announced the recall following two complaints.
Charlesworth Nuts is the company in question. Metal fragments were detected by consumers. Since then, Charlesworth has been working closely with SA Health and Food Standards Australia–New Zealand (FSANZ) to remove the products.
Charlesworth Nuts has 10 stores in Adelaide and one in Mount Barker, in the Adelaide Hills.
The recall includes the following Charlesworth products:
- White Apricot ‘n’ Honey Peanut Clusters 500g, best before July 15, 2019
- Almond ‘n’ Apricot Clusters 500g, best before June 10, 2019
- Grandma Charlesworth’s Christmas Cake “Bake at Home”, best before June 2, 2019
- Jolly Little Puddin’ Muffins “Bake at Home”, best before June 2, 2019
- Santa’s Favourite Puddings “Bake at Home”, best before June 2, 2019
- The Trendy Gourmet Gift Basket, best before April 2, 2019
- Cluster Collection 430g, best before June 2, 2019
- Cluster Collection 500g, best before June 10, 2019 and July 15, 2019
- Diced Dried Apricots 500g, best before June 10, 2019
Anyone who has purchased an affected product should check the “best before” date and return it for a full refund.
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