AUSTRALIA: Food recall alert – Confectionery
Posted: October 13th, 2011 - 10:22am
Source: Food Standards Agency
Date Notified To FSANZ:
11 October 2011
Crazy Koala Macadamia Nuts Cairns (130g)
Crazy Koala Macadamia Nuts Sydney (130g)
Crazy Koala Macadamia Nuts Gold Coast (130g)
Melbourne - World's finest macadamia nut (130g)
Australia - World's finest macadamia nut (130g)
Package Description & Size:
130 g Cardboard Box
Country of Origin:
Produced on: PD 2011/09/15 and PD 2011/09/22
Best Before: BB 2012/10/15 and BB 2012/10/22
The recalled product has been sold in tourist souvenir gift shops in QLD, VIC and NSW.
Paton’s has exported the following products to Thailand and Guam:
Pacific Islands Club (110g)
Paton’s Guam (110g)
Paton’s Saipan (110g)
Taste of Paradise - Shell & Sand (130g)
Crazy Koala Macadamia Nuts (Australian Flag) (130g)
Crazy Koala Macadamia Nuts (Koala) - (130g)
Reason for Recall:
Presence of microbial contamination (Salmonella)
Problem: The recall of the above products is due to the presence of Salmonella bacteria.
Food Safety Hazard: Although no illnesses or adverse effects have been reported, food products contaminated with Salmonella may cause illness if consumed.
What to do: Consumers should not eat these products. Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
Customers should return these products to the place of purchase for a full cash refund.
Contact details: For further information contactPaton’s Macadamia Plantations Pty Ltd on our toll free customer service number1800 337 495