Food Recall: Heinz Dijon Mustard Sauce With A Hint of Orange
Heinz Australia is undertaking a precautionary recall of Heinz Dijon Mustard Sauce With A Hint of Orange. A small batch of this product was incorrectly labelled and consequently does not declare the presence of egg and milk.
The recall applies only to Heinz Dijon Mustard Sauce With A Hint of Orange, batch code 3248, with a best before date of 19/11/10.
Retailers should no longer sell the product listed and customers are asked to return the product to the point of purchase for immediate full refund.
Date Notified To FSANZ: 29 January 2009
Food Product: Dijon Mustard Sauce
Name of Product: Heinz Dijon Mustard Sauce with a hint of Orange
Package Description & Size: 370ml Plastic Bottle
Australian Distribution: National – Woolworths only
Reason for Recall: Incorrect labelling – does not declare presence of egg and milk.
Heinz Australia apologises for any inconvenience.
For more details please call: 1800 037 058
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