Rice Snack and Potato Crisps recalled
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has advised consumers of two product recalls, including an imported rice snack that may contain glass.
Vitaco Healtheries Kidscare Rice Wheels batch
Vitaco Health Australia Pty Ltd has recalled batches of its imported rice snacks sold in NSW and interstate in Woolworths, Safeway and Coles supermarkets, independent retailers and online stores.
The company said it has recalled the batches because of the “possible presence of glass pieces”.
The recalled products are:
Healtheries Kidscare Rice Wheels Roast Chicken multipack in 180g flo-wrap packaging (10 x 18g individual packets)
Healtheries Kidscare Rice Wheels Burger multipack in 180g flo-wrap packaging (10 x 18g individual packets)
Healtheries Kidscare Rice Wheels Cheese multipack in 180g flo-wrap packaging (10 x 18g individual packets)
Healtheries Wiggles Ricey Bites Cheese multipack in 120g flo-wrap packaging (8 x 15g individual packets)
The recall applies only to the above the products, with all ‘best before’ dates up to and including 4 January 2013.
Snack Stacks Potato Crisps Barbeque product recalled
The Reject Shop Ltd is recalling batches of its imported potato crisps sold in NSW and interstate in the The Reject Shop stores.
The batches are being recalled because they contain milk without the required declaration on the label. Milk is an allergen for some people.
The recalled product is Snack Stacks Potato Crisps Barbeque in 160g cardboard tube, with all ‘best before’ dates up to and including 20 September 2012.
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