Contaminated Noodles in Food Recall

Posted by AFN Staff Writers on 21st December 2011

Three varieties of Kamfen brand noodles  that have been found to have microbial contamination. The brand-owner EKO Australia Pty Ltd has voluntarily issued a consumer-level recall today.

The three recalled Kamfen products are:

•Kamfen Buckwheat Noodles: 340g in plastic packaging

•Kamfen Beijing Noodles – Abalone Chicken Soup Flavour: 160g in plastic packaging

•Kamfen Sichuan Noodles – Abalone Chicken Soup Flavour: 160g in plastic packaging

Date markings:

•Kamfen Buckwheat Noodles: Best Before 2013.04.15

•Kamfen Beijing Noodles – Abalone Chicken Soup Flavour: Best Before 2013.01.15

•Kamfen Sichuan Noodles – Abalone Chicken Soup Flavour: Best Before 2013.01.15

Country of origin

China (Hong Kong)

These are normally sold in Asian grocery stores in Sydney, NSW. The products have been recalled due to microbial contamination (Bacillus cereus). Customers can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.