Food Recall: Primo Roast Beef, Primo Pastrami – BB: 16/9/08
Primo Smallgoods is conducting a voluntary recall of the products listed below in response to testing which indicates the presence of Listeria monocytogenes.
Listeria may cause illness in pregnant women, the very young, the elderly and people with low immune systems. Any customers concerned about their health should contact their doctor.
Customers should not consume the product and instead return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Date Notified To FSANZ: 27 August 2008
Food Product: Smallgoods
Name of Product & Size:
1. Primo Roast Beef Thinly Sliced 100g
2. Primo Pastrami Thinly Sliced 100g
Package Description: Plastic Containers with laminate top
Use By Date: 16/09/08
Primo Roast Beef – NSW, QLD, VIC,
Primo Pastrami – NSW, QLD, VIC, TAS, SA
This recall applies only to the above products. No other Primo Smallgoods products are affected.
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