Mince recalled from Barossa Fresh Supermarket in South Australia due to plastic and metal contamination

Two varieties of mince have been urgently recalled from a popular tourist spot due to the presence of plastic and metal foreign matter.

Packs of Barossa Fresh Lamb Mince (approx. 500g) and Barossa Fresh Premium Beef Mince No Preservatives Added (approx. 600-800g) have been pulled from shelves.

The recalled products have been available for sale at Barossa Fresh Supermarket in Nuriootpa, South Australia, and have a best before marking of April 25, 2022.

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Food Standards Australia has advised consumers to not eat these mince buys.

“The recall is due to the presence of foreign matter (plastic, metal),” it said.

These mince products have been recalled. Credit: Food Standards Australia

“Food products containing plastic and metal may cause illness/injury if consumed.

“Consumers should not eat this product and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund and replacement.”

For more information on this recall, head here.

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