Pete Evans Simmer Sauce recalled by Food Standards Australia

Chef Pete Evans has had one of his popular simmer sauces recalled over fears it could trigger a serious allergic reaction.

The Healthy Everyday Jamaican Simmer Sauce has been pulled from shelves across the country over undeclared allergens.

According to Food Standards Australia, the recall is due to incorrect packaging, with the Thai Green Curry Sauce labelled incorrectly as Jamaican Simmer Sauce.


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“This has resulted in the presence of an undeclared allergen (fish)” the recall notice said.

“Any consumers who have a fish allergy or intolerance may have a reaction if the product is consumed.”

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The sauce has been available for sale at independent food retailers including IGA in NSW, Qld & SA, health food stores in NSW, Qld & Vic, pharmacies in NSW & Qld and from online food retailers in Australia.

Anyone who has a seafood allergy or intolerance is being warned not consume this product.

“Customers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund,” Food Standards Australia said.

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