New Zealand – The Whole Mix brand Moroccan Cous Cous & Chicken Snack Pot -Listeria monocytogenes

MPI

Speirs Foods (2018) LP is recalling specific dates of its The Whole Mix brand Moroccan Cous Cous & Chicken Snack Pot due to the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the feta cheese included in the salad.

 

The Whole Mix brand Moroccan Cous Cous & Chicken Snack Pot (125g).

 

Product identification
Product type Ready-to-eat salad
Name of product (size) The Whole Mix brand Moroccan Cous Cous & Chicken Snack Pot (125g)

 

Batch and date marking Use by dates between and including 24JUL20 and 02AUG20.
Package size and description The product is sold in a 125g plastic container.
Distribution The product is sold at the following supermarkets and food retailers throughout New Zealand:

  • Countdown
  • Pak’n Save
  • New World
  • BidFood
  • Compass Food Group New Zealand
  • Four Square
  • SuperValue
  • Fresh Choice.

The product has not been exported.

Notes This recall only affects specific dates of The Whole Mix brand Moroccan Cous Cous & Chicken Snack Pot. This recall does not affect any other The Whole Mix brand products.

Consumer advice

Affected product should not be consumed. There have been no reports of associated illness, however if you have consumed any of this product and have any concerns about illness, seek medical advice.

Customers should return the product to their retailer for a full refund.

More information is available in the media release

Listeria – Ministry of Health

Information on Listeria and food safety from the Ministry for Primary Industries:

Who to contact

If you have questions, contact Speirs Foods (2018) LP:

Last reviewed: 

 

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