Hans Spanish Chorizo recalled due to E.coli contamination
Hans Spanish Chorizo sold through Coles supermarkets have been recalled due to an E. coli contamination.
Hans Continental Smallgoods is recalling Hans Spanish Chorizo 250g sold at Queensland and New South Wales Coles stores. Only Hans Spanish Chorizo 250g sold at these stores with a use by date of 1 December 2017 have been recalled.
Consumers are being warned not to eat the product and any consumer who is concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
Recalled product can be returned to the point of purchase for a full refund.
Hans said the recall is being issued to ensure the safety of its customers.
“We apologise for any inconvenience,” Hans said in a statement.
“We are working with relevant authorities to ensure the ongoing safety of our consumers.”
Consumers can call 1800 060 909 or visit http://www.primosmallgoods.com.au for further information.
The Hans brand is owned by meat company Primo Smallgoods, which was acquired by Brazilin meat processor, JBS, in 2014.
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