National goddess old Ganma recalled in Australia for chicken bone in chili oil

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 National goddess old Ganma recalled in Australia for chicken bone in chili oil


(food recall notice issued by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand)

(Introduction to the companys products on the companys website)

On October 16, local time, a food recall released by the Australian and New Zealand Food Standards Bureau showed that there was a foreign matter - bone fragments, in the flavor chicken oil pepper in Laoganma chili sauce.

(food recall notice issued by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand)

In fact, chicken bone does exist in the Laoganma flavor chicken oil chili sold in China.

According to the product file of Laoganma Taobao flagship store, the ingredients of the product include chicken (with bone).

In other words, there must be no wife in the wifes cake, but there is chicken in the flavor chicken oil pepper.

Moreover, Chinese consumers are very familiar with the chicken bone in this product, and dont think there are too many abnormalities.

Although there are some differences between Chinese and foreign food culture, there are different opinions on chicken bone, but some netizens pointed out that broken bone may scratch childrens esophagus, which is worthy of attention.

In response to the recall of the food, the observer called Guiyang Nanming Laoganma Flavor Food Co., Ltd. to verify the situation. The receiver said that the company was not clear about the specific situation of the matter, and was verifying the relevant information, and would release corresponding instructions if necessary.

As of the time when this article was published, Laoganma company did not respond to this matter.