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Recall of Select Dog Bones Wholegrain 1kg

Recall of Select Dog Bones Wholegrain 1kg


Monday, 21 July 2014:
Countdown is issuing a recall of Select Dog Bones Wholegrain 1kg purchased at any Countdown, SuperValue or FreshChoice store nationally from 13 June 2014 with a best before date of 26/11/15.

The product is being recalled because it may contain pieces of string or twine.

If the string is consumed it may pose a food safety risk, with the potential to cause harm to animals including intestinal irritation or intestinal obstruction.

As a precaution consumers should not allow their dogs to eat this product and should return it to their nearest Countdown, SuperValue or FreshChoice supermarket for a full refund.

Countdown apologises for any inconvenience caused by this recall. Customers can call the toll-free customer service number for more information on 0800 40 40 40.

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