Woolworths product recall
Woolworths is committed to providing customers with sufficient and accurate product information to make informed product choices. Their product labelling includes an indication to customers that products could potentially contain food allergens, not as ingredients, but due to unavoidable cross-contact during production.
Woolworths would like to advise customers that 12 of their ice-cream and sorbet products have potentially been produced in packaging with inconsistent peanut allergen labelling.
The labelling 'product made in a factory which uses peanuts' provides potentially allergic customers with guidance to make informed buying decisions. This labelling has been omitted from some of these products in error.
As an absolute precaution, Woolworths has taken a decision to rather remove all these products from their store shelves to avoid potentially putting peanut allergic customers at risk.
The 12 product lines affected are:
6001009028259 Extremely Creamy Madagascan Vanilla Dairy Ice Cream
6001009028167 32 Italian kisses
6009178835104 Extremely Creamy Pistachio Dairy Ice Cream
6009000541869 Extremely Creamy Belgian Chocolate Dairy Ice Cream
6008000623667 Slimmers Choice Fruit Sorbet Mini Lollies
6009000434499 6 mini almond solos
6009000434482 6 mini vanilla solos
6001009028297 Mixed Berry Sorbet
6009175129008 Granadilla Sorbet
6001009028280 Mango Sorbet
6009182728621 Hazelnut Dairy Ice Cream
6009178835012 Lemon sorbet
No other ice-creams or other products are affected.
Customers should please check if they have any of these products without the peanut allergen labelling and return the products to our stores for a full refund.
Woolworths apologises for any inconvenience caused and, should customers want further information, they can contact the customer care line 0860 022 002.
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