Patties Food Group Little Meals Beef Cottage Pie recalled after black rubber found in frozen kids meal

Georgina Noack
The Nightly
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A batch of Patties Food Group Little Meals Beef Cottage Pie 200g products have been recalled after black rubber was detected in a batch
A batch of Patties Food Group Little Meals Beef Cottage Pie 200g products have been recalled after black rubber was detected in a batch Credit: Supplied

A ready-made meal for children sold at supermarkets around the country has been recalled after authorities found evidence of “foreign matter” in the product.

Food Standards Australia issued a recall notice for Patties Food Group Little Meals Beef Cottage Pit 200g on Monday due to the presence of “black rubber”.

The product has been available in Woolworths, Coles and independent retailers including IGA nationwide.

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The affected batch features the best before date of February 15, 2026.

“Consumers should not eat this product,” Food Standards Australia warned, noting black rubber “may cause illness (or) injury if consumed”.

A batch of Annabel Karmel Little Meals Beef Cottage Pie 200g products (dated 15 February 2026) have been recalled after black rubber was detected in a batch
A batch of Patties Food Group Little Meals Beef Cottage Pie 200g products have been recalled after black rubber was detected in a batch. Credit: Supplied

“Consumers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.”

It urged any customers who were concerned about their health to seek medical advice.

For more information, visit Food Standards Australia or contact Patties Food Group on 1800 090 698.

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