Have you bought a jar of marmalade? The urgent recall you need to know about 18



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Marmalade is delicious on a slice of bread, but not when it could potentially be contaminated. An urgent recall has been issued by Food Standards Australia New Zealand, for marmalade, urging those who have bought the particular brand and type to return it.

Buderim Ginger are also helping to recall jars of “Original Ginger Marmalade” with the expiry date of 18/07/2018 only. These jars were sold in Coles (QLD, VIC, SA, TAS & WA), Woolworths (QLD, VIC, SA, NT, ACT & NSW), IGA (QLD) and Thomas Dux (NSW & VIC).

According to FSANZ, the recall is due to the potential presence of glass, and they warned it may cause injury if consumed.

If you think you have a jar of this marmalade, all you need to do is take the jar to the store you bought it for a full refund.

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  1. As it is only one brand and one variety of marmalade, the headline was a little over the top.

  2. I buy all my jams from the local ladies bowls club trading table. All home made and varieties you would never see in a shop. And half the price of store bought and the money goes to help the lical aged community.

    1 REPLY
    • Hey Ruth, there is something about homemade jams and chutneys, real flavours and tastes Yummo! Lucky you and the money goes toward the elderly, well done! Cheers Sancha.

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