After it came to light that a batch of Nestle’s Gold Honey Flakes cereal contained small pieces of plastic, Cereal Partners Worldwide Singapore is initiated its voluntary limited recall.
According to a press release shared by Nestle Singapore on Monday (18 October), Cereal Partners Worldwide Singapore initiated the voluntary recall to cover one batch.
Plastic Contamination In Food: Batch Of Gold Honey Flakes Cereal Reported To Have Small Pieces Of Plastic
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The batch of Nestle’s Gold Honey Flakes was recalled after the joint venture between Nestle and General Mills received a report that indicated there might be small pieces of plastic in the 370g boxes of cereal.
Their press release noted that the voluntary recall only covers one single batch code which can be found on the product packaging.
The batch code affected is 12230631DD with an expiry date of 11 August, 2022.
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Other Gold Honey Flakes cereals with different batch codes are not affected by this recall.
“We have identified the source of the plastic and rectified the issue,” said the regional manufacturer in their statement.
Consumers Who Bought The Product Warned To Not Eat The Cereal With The Batch Code
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Consumers who have purchased the product with the affected batch code listed above should not eat the cereal.
Instead, they are advised to contact Nestlé Consumer Services at 800 6011 633 or [email protected]. Those who are unsure how to identify the batch code of the product they purchased may also contact them for assistance.
“The quality and safety of our products is our priority. We’re currently working closely with our retail partners to remove existing products of this particular batch code,” said Nestle.
They add, “We apologize sincerely for the inconvenience this may have caused our valued consumers.”
Lead image source from Nestle website and iStock.
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