Popular Supermarket Milk Recalled Due To Contamination Concerns
The milk may have been mixed with cleaning fluid.
Coles brand milk is a staple in many Aussie homes.
But it’s time to check your fridge because the milk is being urgently recalled amid concerns the product has been contaminated with cleaning fluids.
Coles have recalled the two-litre bottles of fresh full cream milk which is said to have a yellow tinge and metallic chemical taste.
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The bottles have been for sale in Coles Express Stores in Western Australia only, and have a use-by date of 13 September 2019.
But you can never be too careful - if your milk looks or tastes like it’s been through a chemical lab then it’s probably (definitely) best you chuck it out.
Coles have released a media statement for the recall, advising customers not to consume the product.
“Customers must not consume this product, and anyone concerned about their health should seek medical advice,” the statement reads.
“Customers can return the product or proof of purchase to any Coles Supermarket or Coles Express for a full refund. We apologise to our customers for any inconvenience.”