Coles issues chicken wing recall
Coles supermarket has been forced to recall some of its chicken wings.
The Coles Grill RSPCA Approved Australian Chicken Wings Honey and Soy 1kg with a best before date of 24/04/2017 has been recalled due to an undeclared milk allergen.
Coles has issued an apology for the undeclared milk allergen and is asking its customers to return any impacted product for a full-refund.
The Coles recall follows on from another recent undeclared milk allergy recall, Roberts Confectionery Dark Chocolate Melting Buttons sold through Spotlight.
Bounce Apple Cinnamon Energy Balls with selected best before dates were also recalled in March 2017 because of undeclared dairy.
Both Roberts Confectionery and Bounce Energy Ball products included in the recall can also be returned to point-of-purchase for a refund.
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