Food Recall: Cadbury Boost Totally Nuts
Cadbury Schweppes is conducting a voluntary consumer level recall on Cadbury Boost Totally Nuts (BB: 15/6/09, only), due to the possible presence of isolated plastic fragments from the manufacturing process.
No other Boost or Cadbury products are affected by the recall.
Date Notified To FSANZ: 19 November 2008
Food Product: Confectionery
Name of Product: Cadbury Boost Totally Nuts
Package Description & Size: 60g plastic wrap
Use By Date: 15-06-09
Australian Distribution: National
Overseas Distribution: Singapore, Tahiti (Papeete) and Papua New Guinea
Reason for Recall: Foreign matter – plastic
N.B. it is only the Cadbury Boost Totally Nuts product with the Best Before date of 15/06/09 that is affected – no other Boost or Cadbury products are implicated.
Cadbury Schweppes is undertaking this recall as a precaution to protect consumer safety as well as to maintain its high quality standards. It should no longer be sold by retailers and consumers with this product should contact Consumer Services on 1800 250 260 to arrange for collection and a refund (8am until 5 pm Mon – Fri).
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