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Eumarrah Poppy Seeds - recalled due to the presence of thebaine

2 months ago

Tasmania, Australia

FSANZ announced the recall of Eumarrah Poppy Seeds by Eumarrah Pty Ltd because of the potential presence of a chemical (thebaine) due to unsafe poppy seeds entering the food supply. These products were sold in TAS.

The recalled product is Eumarrah Poppy Seeds sold as:
- Eumarrah Poppy Seeds 250g, Best Before dates 7.10.2023 & 14.10.2023. This product has been available for sale at independent food retailers including IGA & direct from Eumarrah stores in TAS.
- Eumarrah Poppy Seeds, 15kg brown or white bag, Batch number PO 024316. This product has been available for sale since 2 September 2022 from Grain Grocer in Launceston & Wholesome House in Mowbray.
- Eumarrah Poppy Seeds, Various weights sold in bulk (scoop and buy), these poppy seeds have also been displayed unpackaged and available for sale since 2 September 2022 from Eumarrah stores in Hobart and Launceston, Grain Grocer in Launceston, Huon Valley Health Food Pharmacy and Naturopathica in Huonville, Nuts About Health in Wynyard & Wholesome House in Mowbray.​

Food products containing thebaine may cause illness if consumed. Severe poisoning soon after ingestion has occurred in some people who have consumed large amounts of poppy seeds.

Consumers should not eat these products and should return to the place of purchase for a full refund and safe disposal.

In case you experience harm from these products, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve issues and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

Source: foodstandards.gov.au

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