A specific batch of a Countdown-branded pre-packed salad sold at supermarkets across the country has been recalled due to fears of listeria contamination, NZ Herald reports. Listeria was discovered through routine testing in a specific batch of Countdown’s potato, egg and bacon salad with a use-by-date of July 13, 2021. The supermarket chain initiated the recall from its Countdown, Fresh Choice and Supervalue stores across the country. New Zealand Food Safety advised that the product should either be thrown away or returned for a refund.
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