Food Standards Agency
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Prompt Thai 2000 recalls Kraft Cheez Whiz
Prompt Thai 2000 (Wholesale) has recalled all jars of its Kraft Cheez Whiz manufactured in the Philippines. The Philippines is a country not approved to export milk or milk-based dairy products into the EU.* If you've bought any of these products, don’t eat them. The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
*Amended 17 July 2012
All jars of these products are being recalled:
- Kraft Cheez Whiz Original, 450g
- Kraft Cheez Whiz Pimiento Flavour, 450g
The importer, Prompt Thai 2000 (Wholesale), has recalled the affected products from consumers. Customer notices have been displayed in stores that sell the products, explaining why they’ve been recalled. If you have bought the products, don’t eat them. You can return them to the store for a full refund.
No other Kraft products are known to be affected.
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