Food Scare: Aldi Hotdogs Recalled Due To Possible Bone Fragments And Bacteria

Anyone with health concerns should seek medical advice
The supermarket has recalled the hotdogs amid contamination fears

Australian branches of supermarket Aldi have recalled a range of hotdogs over fears they are contaminated with bacteria and bone fragments.

Consumers have been advised to return specific packs to where they were bought for a full refund.

Affected items include the 375g plastic pack of Berg Smallgoods American Style Skinless Hot Dogs for date codes up to and including a January 28, 2018 use by date.

'Investigation'

An Aldi spokesperson said: "Aldi is committed to providing its customers with safe products of the highest quality.

"It is conducting a close investigation with the supplier of the product and is collaborating with the NSW Food Authority."

Anyone worried about their health after consuming affected items should see a doctor.

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