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Filed under Alert & Warning, News ~ by Press on  10 Jan 2020

Nestlé  recalls some batches of Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups

January 10 2020: Nestle Australia today announced the immediate recall of certain batches of Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups due to the possible presence of small metal fragments.

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The affected products are being recalled because an ingredient supplier has advised Nestle that equipment failure in their facility has led to the possible presence of small metal fragments in an ingredient supplied to Nestle used to manufacture the products.

The products being recalled are:

Best before date and Batch Code

Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups Passionfruit 01 JUL 2020, 93383607
Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups Rainbow Berry 02 JUL 2020, 93393607
06 JUL 2020, 93433607
07 JUL 2020, 93443607
Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups Rainbow Fruit Salad 29 JUN 2020, 93363607
30 JUN 2020, 93373607
01 JUL 2020, 93383607
13 JUL 2020, 93503607
Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups Funprints Strawberry  08 JUL 2020, 93453607
09 JUL 2020, 93463607
14 JUL 2020, 93513607

General Manager Snacks, Susan Catania, said these batches have been sold in major, independent and online retailers since early December.

If you have purchased any of these products, please do not consume it, but return it to the place of purchase for a full refund,” Ms. Catania said.

Ms. Catania confirmed that other batches and products are not affected, and that Nestle had not received any complaints from consumers regarding metal in Uncle Tobys Roll-Ups.

As soon as we were made aware of the issue we made contact with authorities to conduct a recall and notified all relevant retailers.”

Food products containing foreign matter may cause illness or injury to consumers. Anyone who is concerned about their health should seek medical advice.

Consumers seeking more information can contact Nestle on 1800 152 126.



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