Food Recall
19 Jul 2022 Herbie’s Spices – Raita Spice Blend, Chaat Masala and Black Salt varieties
Herbie’s Spices is conducting a recall of the below products: Raita Spice Blend 30g Chaat Masala 50g Black Salt 40g Distribution: The products have been available for sale at independent food retailers including IGA, health food stores and online food retailers nationally. Date markings: Best Before dates from 18 Jul 2024 up to and including 18 Jul 2025​ ​Problem: The recall is due to the presence of undeclared allergens (peanuts and tree nuts).​ Food safety hazard: Any consumers who have…
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