the Rhodes Food Group said today.
Group technical personnel detected a pH [a measure of acidity or alkalinity]
variation, which was beyond specification in the product Rhodes Chakalaka,” the
pH of carrots used in the product and/or an over application of carrots in the
product made at that time.”
product, and deviation from specification could cause microbiological
the marketplace. This recall is voluntary and there have been no customer
complaints regarding this product.”
September and October last year, Rhodes Food Group said it preferred to recall
all Rhodes Mild and Hot Chakalaka as a precautionary measure.
Product affected will have B/BEF SEP 2012 or B/BEF OCT 2012 printed on the top
of the can.”
had, in line with best practice and internal Rhodes quality procedures, elected
to initiate a full product recall.
this product could range from nothing to a mild stomach upset to food
0800 746 337 to arrange for the product to be returned and compensation to be
Gerhard Kotze, divisional MD, said.
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