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Product Recalls

Recall of Coles Thai Green Curry Soup, Withdrawal of Coles Chicken Noodle Soup

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Recall of Coles Thai Green Curry Soup
Withdrawal of Coles Chicken Noodle Soup
Use By 25.12.17 and Use By 28.12.17
Coles is also withdrawing Coles Chicken Noodle soup sold in Coles Supermarkets in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania and through Coles Online.

December 2017

Coles is recalling Coles Thai Green Curry soup sold in Coles Supermarkets Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania and through Coles Online.

Coles is also withdrawing Coles Chicken Noodle soup sold in Coles Supermarkets in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania and through Coles Online.

 

The products are:

  • Coles Thai Green Curry Soup 300gm

  • USE BY dates 25 DEC 2017 and 28 DEC 2017

 

And

 

  • Coles Chicken Noodle Soup 300gm

  • USE BY: for all date codes

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The recall is due to the presence of undeclared allergens – fish and soy – in the Coles Thai Green Curry soup, which have not been specified on the label because the product has been incorrectly packaged. The label on the front is correct; however the Coles Chicken Noodle Soup label (which contains product ingredients and allergen information) has been incorrectly affixed to the back of the Coles Thai Green Curry soup product.  This label only states that the product may contain fish and soy.

Consumers who have a fish or soy allergy or intolerance may have a reaction if they consume the product.

Coles has chosen to withdraw the Coles Chicken Noodle Soup product to avoid customer confusion. This product is safe to consume.

Customers can return the product to any Coles supermarket for a full refund or contact Customer Care for a credit on their account if they purchased the item online.

Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.

 

 

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