Dare coffee is not supposed to be a way to jumpstart your day. Food Standards Australia & New ZealandIt has issued a recall notice affecting several Dare products. Bega Dairy and Drinks Pty. Ltd. recalls four flavors of Dared Iced Coffee, due to possible “foreign matter”Contamination (described as pieces of plastic). Below are descriptions and photos of the affected beverages.
There are four options: Espresso, Double Espresso Mocha and Double Espresso with Sugar Added. Espresso drinks are best-by dates between Oct. 6, 8, 12, 13 and 14. Double Espresso drinks have best-by date of Oct. 6, 8, 12, 13, and 14. The Mocha bottles affected by this ban expire on October 5, 7, 11 or 15. Double Espresso No Sugar Added drinks had the best-before dates of October 5, 7, 11, and 15.
Food Standards, a government agency, says these Dare coffees were exported to Victoria in Australia. “at independent grocery stores including IGA, convenience stores including Coles Express, and smaller independent outlets (i.e., milk bars, cafes, and bakeries).”These drinks may contain plastic pieces, so consumers shouldn’t consume them. Bega Dairy and Drinks Pty. Ltd. at Consumercare@bega.com.au or 1800 677 852 for a full refund.
Bega Dairy and Drinks Pty. Ltd. has recalled their Dare Iced Coffee, 750mL (various Use By Dates and Flavors) because of the possible presence of foreign matter (plastic bits). https://t.co/RPkBSnSeIp pic.twitter.com/YDvOkUKSEU
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