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Australia Aldi issues an urgent recall on soy milk sold across the country

14:17  14 august  2020
14:17  14 august  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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ALDI has issued an urgent recall on soy milk sold throughout Australia over fears the product could cause people to fall ill. Popular supermarket ALDI warned Australian customers about a product recall . Inner Goodness Regular UHT Soy Milk 1L should be returned to store for refund.

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ALDI has issued an urgent recall on soy milk sold throughout Australia over fears the product could cause people to fall ill. 

Inner Goodness Regular UHT Soy Milk 1L, with a best before date of 12/03/2021, has been pulled from store shelves due to possible microbial contamination. 

The company has warned that the milk could cause customers to become sick if consumed. 

a stack of flyers on a table: Inner Goodness Regular UHT Soy Milk 1L, with a best before date of 12/03/2021, has been pulled from store shelves due to possible microbial contamination © Provided by Daily Mail Inner Goodness Regular UHT Soy Milk 1L, with a best before date of 12/03/2021, has been pulled from store shelves due to possible microbial contamination

Anyone who has bought the milk should not use the product and return it to any ALDI store for a refund. 

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ALDI and Tesco have urgently recalled soy sauce products which were on sale in Irish stores. " Aldi and Tesco are issuing in-store notices requesting customers who have bought the implicated batches to return soaked saturday. Torrential rain and thunder to batter the country but temp set to hit 19C.

The recall was announced at about 6pm on Friday via the company's Facebook page.  

'ALDI takes product quality and safety seriously and we apologise for any inconvenience,' a statement from the company said. 

For further information please contact: ALDI Food Recall Hotline on 1800 709 993 and www.foodstandards.gov.au/recalls for Australian food recall information. 

a person standing in front of a store: ALDI has recalled a certain brand of soy milk from shelves because of contamination concerns © Provided by Daily Mail ALDI has recalled a certain brand of soy milk from shelves because of contamination concerns


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