Baby Spinach Recall

Baby Spinach Recall


Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) are currently coordinating a recall of various baby spinach products in Australia that are contaminated with unsafe plant material.

These products are considered unsafe for human consumption and pets that ingest these products may also be at risk of poisoning, which could be life-threatening. Signs of poisoning in animals may include behavioural change or agitation, large pupils, difficulty passing urine, a high body temperature and an elevated heart rate.

Affected products have so far been identified in NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT and the NT and include:

• Riviera Farms Baby Spinach
• Fresh Salad Co – Fresh and Fast Stir Fry
• Woolworths – Chicken Cobb Salad and Woolworths Chickpea Falafel Salad
• Coles – Spinach, Chef Blend Tender Leaf, Baby Leaf Blend, Kitchen Green Goddess Salad, Kitchen Chicken BLT Salad Bowl, Kitchen Roast Pumpkin, Fetta & Walnut Salad, Kitchen Smokey Mexican Salad, Kitchen Egg and Spinach Pots

If you have any of these products, they should be discarded safely or returned to the place of purchase for a full refund. Do not feed any of these affected products to pets or other animals. For more information and for a full list of affected products and batches, see…/Baby-spinach-recall.aspx.

☎️ If you are concerned your pet has ingested any of these products, please phone the Animal Poisons Helpline on 1300 869 738 for advice. For human poisons information, you can phone the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26.