Eggs and alfalfa recalled across three Australian states

Pregnant women are once again being urged to check their fridges for food products recalled due to salmonella contamination.

Both eggs and alfalfa sprouts have been impacted by this latest recall, which affects three Australian states. Pregnant women and children are among those more at risk of severe illness from salmonella.

Sunshine Sprouts recall

Sprout salmonella recall

Sunshine Sprouts is conducting a consumer level recall on the following products:

  • White Alfalfa 125gm
  • White Alfalfa 250gm
  • White Alfalfa 1kg
  • Green Alfalfa 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Radish 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Cabbage 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Onion 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Garlic 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Mustard 125gm
  • Alfalfa and Broccoli 125gm
  • Gourmet Pak 100g

All of the products have ‘use by’ dates from September 9, 2018 up to and including September 16, 2018.

Where are they sold: In plastic containers in South Australia and the Northern Territory, in retailers and grocery stores.

Food safety hazard: Food products contaminated with salmonella may cause illness if consumed.

What to do: Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund


Egg recall

Salmonella eggs recall

Eggz on the run Pty Ltd is conducting a recall on:

  • Glendenning Farms eggs
  • Glendenning Farms eggs

With best before dates of  8,10,15,17, 22, 24 and 29 September and 1 October, 2018.

Where are they sold:  Small independent supermarkets and retailers in metro Sydney NSW only.

Food safety hazard: Food products potentially contaminated with salmonella may cause illness if consumed.

What to do: Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund. For further information contact: 0451 110 110

What are the symptoms of salmonella infection?

Symptoms of salmonella infection can be experienced between six and 72 hours after exposure and symptoms usually last for three to seven days.

Symptoms include:

  • fever
  • diarrhoea
  • vomiting
  • headaches
  • stomach cramps
  • loss of appetite

Anyone who develops these symptoms and is concerned should see their doctor, particularly young children, older people, pregnant women and people who are immunocompromised because they are at risk of more severe illness.


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