Supermarkets across Australia have recalled nearly a dozen frozen veggie packs due to Listeria fears.
Major supermarkets have pulled a range of frozen corn, peas, carrots and mixed vegies from shelves after a listeria outbreak in Europe killed nine people and left dozens ill.
The recalled vegies were sold at IGA, Aldi and Woolworths and include the brands Black and Gold, Bell Farms, Market Fare and Essentials.
Woolworths — Essentials snap frozen mixed veg 1kg: Carrots, peas, corn, green beans & potatoes — National distribution Best Before 19 MAR 2020 through to 24 APR 2020
Woolworths — Bell Farms Steam Veggie Carrot Corn and Broccoli 3pk 450g — National distribution, all stock
IGA — Black & Gold Corn Kernels 500g — National distribution Best Before all dates
IGA — Black & Gold Mixed Vegetables 1kg: Carrots, peas, beans & corn — National distribution Best Before all dates
ALDI — Market Fare Peas, Carrots and Super Sweet Corn 1kg — National distribution
ALDI — Market Fare Corn Kernels 1kg QLD, VIC, WA and select NSW stores Product of Hungary (only)
ALDI — Market Fare Mixed Vegetables 1kg QLD, NSW, ACT, WA Packed in Belgium from Imported and Belgian Ingredients (only)
ALDI — Market Fare Quick Steam Carrot Broccoli and Cauliflower 450g — National distribution
ALDI — Market Fare Quick Steam Carrot Corn and Broccoli 450g — National distribution
ALDI: Only products with country of origin of Belgium, United Kingdom or Hungary, all other countries not affected.
Source: Food Standards Australia New Zealand