Food Recall
24 Jan 2020 Mur Thai Food Hoshi Fish Snacks Original and Herbal
Mur Thai Food Co. Pty Ltd is conducting a recall of Hoshi Otsumami Fish Snack Original 125g and Hoshi Otsuami Fish Snack Herbal 110g. Distribution: the product has been available for sale at various Asian and independent supermarkets in Queensland. Date markings: Best before 06/07/2021 Problem: The recall is due to the presence of an undeclared allergens: soy (original) & peanut (herbal). Food safety hazard: Any consumers who have a soy and/or peanut allergy or intolerance may have a reaction…
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