Food Recall: McCain Shepherd’s Pie
McCain Foods has announced a voluntary recall of McCain Shepherd’s Pie due to an inadvertent packaging error that has seen some contain a Tuna Mornay meal instead.
The affected product was available for sale at Coles Supermarkets, Coles Online, and Bilo Supermarkets from March 2, 2009. McCain has now sent a direction to all stores in NSW and ACT to remove all affected stock from sale.
“We apologise for the mix-up but customers are only at risk if they are allergic to fish,” McCain Marketing Director David Boyle advised in a statement.
The recall applies only to the product listed below with the specified Best Before date and with the number 353 after the time code. No other McCain products are affected, the company reported.
Date Notified To FSANZ: 26 March 2009
Food Product: Ready-to-eat meal
Name of Product: McCain Shepherd’s Pie
Package Description & Size: Cardboard box outer with plastic tray inner, 400g
Best Before: June 2010 353 only (these 3 digits appear after time code)
Australian Distribution: NSW, ACT
Reason for Recall: Labelling – Undeclared Allergen (fish)
McCain invites calls to their Customer Service team on 1800 065 521 if requiring further information.
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