RECALL: Ice creams could contain “metal fragments”

First, we had to give back the hugely popular Cadbury’s Caramilk chocolate, and now it’s ice cream customers are being asked to return.

Coles has recalled its own brand of ice cream, sold in supermarkets across the country, as well as online and in Coles Express in Queensland, Western Australia, NSW and the ACT.

In a statement released on Friday, the supermarket giant confirmed the “Coles Mini Classic 360mL 6 pack in both Vanilla and Almond flavours” was being recalled.


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“The recall is due to the potential presence of metal fragments,” the statement explains.

“Customers should not eat these products.”

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The recall applies to:

  • Coles Mini Classics Vanilla 360mL 6 pack
    Best Before 16/04/2020 and 17/04/2020
  • Coles Mini Classics Almond 360mL 6 pack
    Best Before 18/04/2020

Customers who purchased any of the ice creams are advised to return them to their nearest Coles supermarket store for a full refund.

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