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Some of the Woolworths coleslaw range.

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The recall only affects products with a site code represented by the letter ‘S’ after the Use By date code, sold in Woolworths Supermarkets and Metro stores in NSW, ACT and some Woolworths Supermarkets in regional VIC.

Woolworths is recalling these products due to the potential presence of microbial contamination – salmonella. Food products with potential microbial contamination may cause illness if consumed.

Consumers should return the product to their nearest Woolworths Supermarket or Metro for a full refund. Any customers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.

Customers should note that this recall applies to the above product with Use By Dates up to and including 21 Jan only and no other products are affected by this recall.

Woolworths takes product safety seriously and apologises for any inconvenience caused by this recall. Customers can call the toll-free customer service number for more information on 1800 103 515


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