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A range of KOO brand canned vegetable products from South Africa have been recalled due to a potential canning failure that may result in microbial contamination.
The Singapore Food Agency said in a statement that the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) issued a food recall alert on the products.
"As the implicated products were imported into Singapore, SFA has directed one importer, Walluco Pte Ltd, to recall the affected batches of the implicated products," SFA said.
The recall has been completed.
Food products with potential microbial contamination may cause food spoilage, and illness if consumed.
SFA advised consumers who have purchased the implicated products to not consume them.
Those who have concerns about their health should seek medical advice.
The affected products are:
KOO baked beans in tomato sauce in 410g cans
KOO butter beans in tangy curry sauce in 410g cans
KOO corn creamstyle sweetcorn in 415g cans
KOO baked beans in hot curry sauce in 410g cans
KOO mixed vegetables in curry sauce in 420g cans
KOO baked beans in tomato and herb sauce in 410g cans
KOO butter beans in tomato sauce in 420g cans