Dates recalled over potential Hepatitis A contamination

Consumers have been alerted of a product recall after a batch of dates sold at supermarkets around NSW were found to be potentially contaminated with Hepatitis A. The NSW Food Authority issued a warning advising customers Picky Eaters Pty Ltd was conducting a recall of their one kilogram and five kilogram Jordan River Dates. The product has been available online and at IGA and independent supermarkets in NSW. READ MORE: Popular sunscreen brand recalled after traces of chemical benzene found The expiry date is June 2022 and batch number is JRD 1/2021. The recall is due to potential microbial (Hepatitis A) contamination. Food products contaminated with Hepatitis A may cause illness if consumed. Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Consumers have been alerted of a product recall after a batch of dates sold at supermarkets around NSW were found to be potentially contaminated with Hepatitis A.

The NSW Food Authority issued a warning advising customers Picky Eaters Pty Ltd was conducting a recall of their one kilogram and five kilogram Jordan River Dates.

The product has been available online and at IGA and independent supermarkets in NSW.

READ MORE: Popular sunscreen brand recalled after traces of chemical benzene found

The expiry date is June 2022 and batch number is JRD 1/2021.

The recall is due to potential microbial (Hepatitis A) contamination.

Food products contaminated with Hepatitis A may cause illness if consumed.

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

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