ALDI almond milk recalled over contamination fears

Inner Goodness UHT Almond Milk Original, which is sold at ALDI stores nationally, has been recalled due to a potential microbial contamination.

The affected 1L bottles have a Best Before date of 18/04/21 and may cause illness if consumed. Consumers who have purchased the milk can return it to ALDI for a refund of the purchase price. Anyone who has consumed the milk and has health concerns should seek medical advice.

It comes two weeks after the retailer issued a recall for its Inner Goodness UHT 1L Soy Milk with the Best Before 12/03/21 over the same concern.

Other food recalls this week include Godel’s Chicken Wurst (200g, BB date 08/09/20 and 17/09/20) due to a potential Listeria contamination, which can cause serious complications for pregnant women and their unborn babies, the elderly or those who are immunocompromised. The wurst was sold at independent Kosher butchers and supermarkets.

A Leberwurst sold at Fooland Nurioopta in South Australia has also been recalled on fears of Listeria. It had also been sold at Linke’s Central Meat Store and carries a use by of 14/09/20 and 21/09/20.

A batch of Miss Chow’s Vegetarian Dumplings sold in independent grocers in Western Australia was also this week recalled, due to an undeclared allergen (shellfish). The batch has the Best Before of 22/02/21.

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