A popular yoghurt for children has been urgently recalled due to chemical contamination in two Australian states.
Brownes Foods Operations Pty Ltd announced the recall on Wednesday of Brownes Dairy Mango Yoghurt 120g, with a use-by date of October 14 this year.
Food Standards Australia advise that the pouches of yoghurt may contain sanitising solution and that consuming the yoghurt may cause illness or injury.
The authority said the products contain a "low concentration" of the chemicals but could still cause illness.
Buyers of Brownes Dairy Mango Yoghurt in NSW and Western Australia should be careful of the product, which is available for sale at independent food retailers, including IGA.
Australians have been advised to "not eat this product".
"Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice," Food Standards Australia said.
"Consumers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund."
More information on the recall can be accessed here.
Ready-made meals sold at Coles, IGA recalled over contamination
The new recall comes after another product was recently recalled from IGA, as well as Coles, in South Australia.
The Raw Nation Wholefoods ready-made meals sold at the retailers were recalled at the end of last month due to potential microbial (listeria monocytogenes) contamination.
For pregnant women, their unborn children, the elderly and people with low immune systems, Listeria may cause illness.
Any consumers who are concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
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