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Food Recall of Deli Kitchen Sandwiches

For immediate release
13 March 2012


Food Recall of Deli Kitchen Sandwiches due to possible presence of Listeria Monocytogenes

Goodman Fielder NZ is conducting a voluntary consumer food recall of one of its sandwich products, the Deli Kitchen Sandwiches Gourmet Farmhouse flavour, due to the possible presence of Listeria Monocytogenes.

This recall applies only to Deli Kitchen Sandwiches Gourmet Farmhouse flavour with the use by date of 13/3/2012 (today) and 15/3/2012 (Thursday). The product was only distributed in the North Island.

It is a fresh product with a limited shelf life. Consumers should not eat this product under any circumstances. The product is recalled as a precaution because of a potentially serious health risk. Consumers who have eaten this product and have any health concerns should contact a medical professional immediately.

This product (Deli Kitchen Sandwiches Gourmet Farmhouse flavour with the use by date of 13/3/2012 and 15/3/2012) is in the process of being recalled from stores and some may remain in people’s homes. We are advising purchasers to review date codes and contact the Goodman Fielder Customer Advisory Centre on 0800 368 052, for details of how to return the product and obtain a full refund.

No other Goodman Fielder products are affected by this recall.

Goodman Fielder is greatly concerned at any risk to its customers. This recall is being undertaken to ensure the safety of our customers as an ongoing commitment to maintain the highest possible standards of safety and product quality at all times.

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