Food Scare: Aldi Hotdogs Recalled Due To Possible Bone Fragments And Bacteria
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Food Scare: Aldi Hotdogs Recalled Due To Possible Bone Fragments And Bacteria


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Australian branches of supermarket Aldi have recalled a range of hotdogs over fears they are contaminated with bacteria and bone fragments.

Consumers have been advised to return specific packs to where they were bought for a full refund.

Affected items include the 375g plastic pack of Berg Smallgoods American Style Skinless Hot Dogs for date codes up to and including a January 28, 2018 use by date.


An Aldi spokesperson said: “Aldi is committed to providing its customers with safe products of the highest quality.

“It is conducting a close investigation with the supplier of the product and is collaborating with the NSW Food Authority.”

Anyone worried about their health after consuming affected items should see a doctor.


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