WARNING -- Strawberries Have Now Been Recalled In South Australia

Sep 14, 2018

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A brand of strawberries sold in South Australia has been linked to a contamination scare in the eastern states earlier this week.

On Friday SA Health’s Dr Chris Lease said:

“Queensland Health has found that another brand of strawberries, Donnybrook strawberries, is associated with the contamination.

“These strawberries are distributed in South Australia by Coles, Woolworths, IGA and Aldi.

“We have not been notified of any cases of contaminated strawberries in South Australia; however, if people have Donnybrook strawberries at home or are unsure of the brand, they should be returned to the place of purchase, or discarded.

“While no other brands of strawberries have been implicated, if consumers are concerned, they should consider chopping them up before consumption.”

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