Contamination prompts urgent chicken kiev recall

The sweet chilli chicken kievs have been recalled.
The sweet chilli chicken kievs have been recalled.

INGHAM’S Enterprises has issued an urgent recall of sweet chilli kievs which were sold at deli counters in Woolworths stores across Western Australia.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said the recall only applied to chicken kievs purchased from the Woolworths deli counter on May 19, 20 and 21.

Foreign material contamination in the form of blue rubber presents a potential choking hazard to customers.

Customers who purchased the product should get a full cash refund from the Woolworths where they made the purchase.

“Ingham’s wishes to advise customers it is conducting a recall on its sweet chilli chicken kievs,” the company said in a statement.

“The recall applies to product purchased from the deli counter in Woolworths stores in Western Australia on the 19, 20 and 21 May.

“Product purchased outside of these dates is not subject to recall. Product purchased from the chiller case or freezer is not subject to recall.

“Ingham’s apologises to their customers for any inconvenience caused by this recall.”