Food Recall: Darshan Savoury Rolls
Darshan Savoury Beef Rolls, 300 gms.
Darshan Savoury Chicken Rolls, 300 gms.
Darshan Savoury Vegetable Rolls, 300 gms.
Darshan Assorted Mini Rolls, 450 gms.
Darshan Entertainment Pack, 400 gms.
Best Before Dates: 11 February 09 to 14 April 2009
Australian International Foods Pty Ltd wishes to advise customers that they are conducting a voluntary consumer level recall on the above product due to an important product safety issue.
The product may have been contaminated with metal wire which may pose a health risk if swallowed. Customers should not eat the above products within the stipulated best before dates.
This recall only applies to all products with the nominated size and best before dates. No other Australian International Foods products are affected by this product recall. Apart from this issue there is no other fault with the above products.
Any customer who may have this product should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Australian International Foods Pty Ltd apologies to its customers for any inconvenience caused by this recall and if further information is required about the recall they are invited to contact us.
Australian International Foods Pty Ltd
34 Rocco Drive Scorseby, Victoria , 3179
03 9763 2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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