Parents are again being warned to double check what yoghurt they’re popping into their kids lunch boxes this morning with several more children’s yoghurts recalled nationwide.
Last week all 110g Tamar Valley Dairy Kids Yoghurt Pouches were pulled from shelves, and on Sunday The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issued another recall involving three other kids yoghurts.
Calciyum yoghurt 70g pouches, Woolworths yoghurt 70g pouches and LDI Brooklea yoghurt squishy super size 150g pouches have all been pulled from shelves due to a packaging issue involving faulty mushroom style caps.
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“It has come to our attention that upon resealing, some of the caps are failing, resulting in a possible
choking hazard,” the recall notice reads.
“The centre top of the cap may become dislodged upon re-application of the cap after initial use, and
pose a choking hazard.”
The recalled yoghurts have been available for sale at various retailers including Metcash/IGA, Foodworks, Foodland, Friendly Grocer 4 Square and/or Farmer Jacks, Woolworths and Aldi.
People have been urged to return the yoghurts to their place of purchase for a full cash refund.