A popular seafood product is being urgently pulled from Coles shelves with customers urged to check the packaging immediately over fears it could cause serious illness if consumed.
The packs have been incorrectly labelled with a use-by date of November 30, instead of November 10, which is this Friday.
If consumed after November 10, the product could cause serious illness.
Sydney City Oysters packs of a dozen Pacific oysters have been recalled from the Coles deli
Coles has issued a statement saying the product was safe to eat until the correct use-by date of November 10.
‘While the product is currently safe to eat, customers should not consume the product beyond the correct use by date of 10 November 2023,’ the supermarket said.
‘Customers can return the product to any Coles supermarket for a full refund.
‘Coles Online customers can receive a full refund or credit by contacting Coles Online Customer Care.’
The supermarket has apologised to customers for any inconvenience.
Coles insists the impacted oysters can be safely consumed up until Friday November 10
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