- Popular dip removed from shelves
- Sold Australia-wide
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A popular dip has been recalled from several supermarkets Australia-wide with concerns over allergens.
Quality Food World’s Fifya Greek Tzatziki was pulled after the discovery it had incorrect labelling which could impact people with milk intolerances.
The product, which states it is dairy-free on its lid, however the recalled product contains milk in its ingredients list and in the actual product.
A popular dip sold Australia-wide has been urgently pulled from shelves (stock image)
The popular Tzatziki dip is sold at IGA and other independent grocery stores throughout NSW , SA, WA, QLD and TAS
The popular Tzatziki dip is sold at IGA and other independent grocery stores throughout NSW, SA, WA, QLD and TAS.
In Victoria, it is available at Coles and IGA as well as other independent stores.
The affected product has best before dates of April 30 – May 30, 2024.