Oat crackers from Malaysia recalled after consumer finds plastic wire cover on biscuit

Sep 2, 2016

An oat cracker snack from Malaysia is being recalled after a consumer found some plastic on a piece of the biscuit.

In a statement on Friday (Sep 2), the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) said that it received feedback on Tuesday from a member of the public who found a small plastic wire cover in a piece of IKO Oats Cracker with Muesli.

As such, the importer has decided to take precautionary measures by voluntarily recalling the affected batch of crackers, which has an expiration date of June 1, 2017.

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"Consumers who have purchased the product are advised not to consume it," AVA said.

The authority added that it had been working with the importer to investigate the matter.

Those who have bought the affected batch may contact Brilliant Marketing at 6694 5879 or sales@brilliant-marketing.com for enquiries or to exchange the product.


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