Popular breakfast spreads recalled from Coles & Woolworths

Coles and Woolworths have pulled two breakfast spreads from their shelves, over fears they could cause a reaction in people with peanut allergies.

The supermarket giants both issued the recall overnight due to “undeclared allergens”.

Woolworths is recalling its Macro Natural Almond, Brazil & Cashew Spread 250g, while Coles is recalling its Wellness Road ABC Spread 250g.


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The products have been available for sale at stores across the country and online.

“Consumers who have a peanut allergy or intolerance should not consume this product,” the recall notice reads.

People with a peanut allergy are being urged to return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For more information on the recalls, click here.

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Close the border in QLD

Please leave the 30,000 ozzies overseas because if you bring them back, we will have to start the restrictions all over again. The infected person/persons who travelled to Queensland should be fined at least $20,000, and jailed for at least 6 months and if they cannot pay their fine then confiscate anything of value up to the fine amount.

Let this virus free. Otherwise lockups indefinitely powermad pollies.

I no scientist, but if you had peanut allergies you wouldn’t buy them anyway would you