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Edmonds Sweet Short Pastry Recall

For immediate release

PRODUCT RECALL NOTICE

Goodman Fielder New Zealand Ltd is conducting a voluntary recall on the batch of 400g Edmonds Sweet Short Pastry, best before 04 October 2008, because it may contain an amount of egg product which is not clearly identified on the label of the packet.

No other batches of Edmonds Sweet Short Pastry or other Edmonds products are impacted by this recall.

Any consumers who have purchased these products, and who have an egg allergy or intolerance, should not consume them. We ask anyone with family and friends with an egg allergy or intolerance who may have purchased these products to contact them in case they are not aware of this recall.

Consumers without an allergy or intolerance to egg can safely consume these products.

To organise a refund or replacement product voucher please call:
0800 368 052 between 8.30am and 6.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Calls made outside these hours will be directed to an answer phone where you can leave your details.

Goodman Fielder sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused by this recall.

ENDS

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