Urgent recall for two popular snack products from IGA supermarkets

  • Two varieties of popular vegan dips have been recalled after milk was found
  • The Chris’ Foods homestyle plant based dips were sold at independent grocers
  • The flavour affected are Corn Relish and Spring Onion homestyle plant based
  • Customer should look for the use by dates June 1, July 23, and August 11 (2022)

Two popular vegan dips have been recalled from IGA after it was found the snacks had been contaminated by animal products.

Food Standards Australia has urgently recalled two varieties of Chris’ Foods homestyle plant based 200g dips after traces of milk were found.

Customers who purchased Chris’ Foods homestyle plant based 200g dips in the flavours Corn Relish or Spring Onion with the use-by dates of June 1, July 23, or August 11 (2022) should return the product to its place or purchase for a full refund.

Chris’ Foods homestyle plant based 200g dips in the flavours Corn Relish or Spring Onion with the use by dates of June 1, July 23, or August 11 have been recalled as they contain milk

The dips were sold at independent food retailers – including IGA – in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, and South Australia.

The products may also have been sold overseas. 

‘The recall is due to the presence of an undeclared allergen (milk),’ Food Standards Australia said.

The dips were sold at independent food retailers - including IGA - in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, and South Australia as well as overseas

The dips were sold at independent food retailers – including IGA – in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, and South Australia as well as overseas

‘Any consumers who have a milk allergy or intolerance may have a reaction if the product is consumed.

‘Consumers who have a milk allergy or intolerance should not consume this product.’

For more information, visit the Cantire Foods Pty Ltd (Chris’ Foods) website.

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