Indya Foods recall its Everest Fish Curry Masala due to ‘chemical exposure’

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People have been advised not to eat the product and instead return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
People have been advised not to eat the product and instead return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Credit: beataaldridge - stock.adobe.com

An urgent recall has been issued for a popular supermarket product over concerns of chemical contamination.

Food Standards Australia said ethylene oxide — which can cause illness or injury if consumed — had been discovered in Indya Foods’ Everest Fish Curry Masala 50g.

Affected packets of the spice blend have a best before date of 09/25.

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ethylene oxide — which can cause illness or injury if consumed — had been discovered in Indya Foods’ Everest Fish Curry Masala 50g.
ethylene oxide — which can cause illness or injury if consumed — had been discovered in Indya Foods’ Everest Fish Curry Masala 50g. Credit: FSANZ

The product is sold at independent retailers in Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

People have been advised not to eat the product and instead return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.

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