Aldi recalls hot dog rolls

Discount supermarket chain Aldi recalls hotdog rolls after metal shavings were were detected inside some of its products recently. Customers have been instructed not to eat the hotdog rolls in the states of New South Wales and Canberra. The hotdog rolls that are in question are Aldi’s six-pack “Bakers Life” hot dog rolls with the best before date of July 14. These rolls are packaged in 450g plastic bag. In a statement, Aldi said it “takes product quality and and safety seriously and wishes to advise all customers of the recall, due to the potential presence of foreign objects that may cause injury if consumed”. At this stage, Aldi is investigating with the supplier of the product and working with the appropriate food safety regulating authorities. Concerned consumers can call Aldi’s recall hotline on 1800 709 993.

The NSW Food Authority says any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice. “Consumers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund,” a spokesman says. Earlier this month, the NSW Food Authority advised customers to return another product to Aldi. The Hillcrest Chewy Choc Squiggle Muesli Bars, with the best before date of May 10, 2017, were sold at supermarket in NSW, QLD, ACT, VIC, SA and WA stores. According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Product Recall website, in the past month more than 80 products have been recalled.

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Aldi rolls recalled