Food Standards Agency
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Aldi recalls some Stonemill Ground Coriander
Aldi has recalled some of its own-brand Stonemill Group Coriander with a ‘best before’ date of 14 October 2012, because the product is contaminated with salmonella. Salmonella is a bacterium that causes food poisoning. The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
The product being recalled from customers is:
- Aldi Stonemill Ground Coriander, 40g jar
- Best before: 14 October 2012
- Batch code: 14.10.12 C2
Product recall notices will be shown in stores that sell the product, explaining why the product has been recalled and how customers can get a full refund. Product recall notices will also appear in the press on Thursday 16 September 2010.
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