Woolworths ice cream sandwiches recalled due to metal contamination
A popular Woolworths brand ice cream sandwich is being recalled as it may contain metal.
The Woolworths Cookies & Cream classic ice cream sandwiches were sold in the supermarket in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.
"Woolworths is recalling these products due to the products having been identified as containing metal that may cause injury if consumed," Woolworths said in a statement.
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"Consumers should immediately cease using the product and return it to their nearest Woolworths Supermarket or Metro store for a full refund."
The affected batch numbers have a best before date of November 2, 2024.
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The product comes in a four-pack of 440ml.
Woolworths confirmed no other products were affected by the recall.
Customers with concerns about the recall can call 1800 103 515.
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