Devondale butter recall: Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and Costco recall butter over bacteria fears

Devondale butter recall: Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and Costco recall butter over bacteria fears


Australians have been urged to check their fridges for seven butter varieties sold at big supermarkets following fears of bacterial contamination.

A range of Devondale butter varieties sold at Woolworths, Coles, Aldi and Costco have been recalled following fears of bacterial contamination.

Saputo Dairy Australia, which owns brands such as Devondale, Cracker Barrel and Mersey Valley in Australia, issued the recall via Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ)

FSANZ said the recall was issued due to “potential microbial contamination”, which can cause illness if consumed.

FSANZ told consumers to look for a variety of Devondale and Woolworths butter products.

The following eight products have been recalled:

• Devondale Salted Butter 250g: Best before 18 May 22; 4 June 22.

• Devondale Salted Butter 500g: Best before 30 April 22; 1 May, 22; 24 June 22.

• Devondale Salted Butter 3 x 500g: Best before 1 May, 2022.

• Woolworths Butter Salted 250g: Best before 16 October, 21; 21 April 22; 12 May 22; 13 May 22.

• Devondale Unsalted Butter 500g: Best before 30 April, 22.

• Devondale Dairy Soft Original 500g: Best before 6 Jan, 22; 6 April 22; 11 May, 22; 12 May 22; 26 May 22.

• Devondale Dairy Soft Salt Reduced 500g: Best before: 10 May, 22.

Food Standards Australia and New Zealand said “consumers should not eat these products.”

“Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice. Consumers should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund,” it said.

For more information on the recall visit Food Standards Australia and New Zealand.

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