FOOD RECALL: Frozen meals recalled over ‘listeria contamination’ fears

Flagstaff Foods has issued an urgent recall on a range of frozen meals due to potential microbial (Listeria monocytogenes) contamination.

The dinners have been available for sale at Meals on Wheels and community organisations in NSW, ACT, QLD, and South Australia.

“Listeria may cause illness in pregnant women and their unborn babies, the elderly and people with low immune systems,” the recall notice, posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission website says.


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The recalled products include:

* Chicken Schnitzel with Gravy, Use By 17/07/2020; 24/07/2020; 25/07/2020; 05/08/2020; 06/08/2020; 18/08/2020; 13/08/2020; 27/08/2020; 03/09/2020

* Lamb Chop, Use By 17/02/2020; 18/07/2020; 25/07/2020; 30/07/2020; 06/08/2020; 18/08/2020; 20/08/2020; 22/08/2020; 27/08/2020; 09/09/2020; 12/09/2020

* Honey Mustard Beef, Use By 28/07/2020; 25/08/2020

* Pork in BBQ Sauce, Use By 25/07/2020; 18/08/2020

* Apricot and Fig Chicken, Use By 15/08/2020

* Vienna Schnitzel, Use By 22/07/2020; 05/08/2020; 18/08/2020; 29/08/2020; 10/09/2020

* Pork, Apple and Cranberry Casserole, Use By 12/08/2020; 01/09/2020

* Roast Beef, Use By 21/07/2020; 25/07/2020, 01/08/2020, 06/08/2020, 18/08/2020, 22/08/2020, 29/08/2020, 05/09/2020 and 12/09/2020

Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For further information, people are urged to contact The Flagstaff Group on (02) 4272 0280.

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