The latest recalls issued by ACCC include more eggs, cheese, kids pyjamas, a cot and much, much more.

The recalls include:

Washed Rind recalls Washed Mould Cheeses – St Simeon (200gms), Le Coulommiers (400gm), Coulommiers Truffle (750gm) and Brie de Nangis (1kg) from delis, cheeserooms, IGAs and independent stores due to potential Listeria contamination.

BIG W recalls Girls Frill Sleeve Pyjamas – Emma Wiggles.

The frills on the top do not comply with the mandatory standard requirements. Parents and carers may not be aware of the fire hazard, and as a result this may pose a potential fire hazard.

American Boss Deals recalls Baby Star Virginia Sleigh 3-in-1 Cot.

Does not comply with safety standard. The mattress and the top of the cot is not the required minimum distance, the height of the mattress is detailed incorrectly on its label and the edges exceed the required specification, some edges are not rounded enough. The risk is the child may fall out of the cot and be injured.

Jura Toys France recalls Janod Baby Pop Pacifier Holder.

In some instances the beads can be released during play, and could pose a choking hazard.

Caprice Australia recalls Disney Marie & Paw Patrol Sleepwear. Sold at Big W.

The product does not comply with the fire hazard labelling requirements of the mandatory standard. Parents and carers may not be aware of the fire hazard, and as a result infants may be at risk of burn injury.

Kmart Australia recalls Glass Travel Cup 360ml.

The base of the glass cup may separate from the rest of the cup if using boiling water, potentially causing a scalding or burning hazard.

Target Australia recalls Starter Cookset with Utensils.

The handle may detach from the cookware. The handles may break on the cookware, which could result in a serious injury.

Target Australia recalls Ocean Bath Mat.

The surface material becomes slippery when wet. The surface may become excessively slippery when wet, which could result in a fall and a serious injury.

Steve’s Fresh Farm Eggs is recalling Fresh Eggs From My Farm 12 Free Range Eggs 700g and Fresh Eggs From My Farm Cage Eggs 700g due to potential microbial Salmonella Enteritidis contamination. The products have been sold at butchers and independent stores in NSW and have a use by date of 5 June 2019.

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  • Wow, that was a pretty long list, so many recalls…….its unreal


  • Good to have this list of recalls, particularly the food items.


  • Wow, there are quite a few things on the list this month… How does someone make a bath mat that is slippery…the who idea of a bath mat is to stop slips, you would think the company would check it performs its function first, before selling it.


  • wow this is long list….


  • What is going on? the price war is putting our health and safety at risk. My fav coffee mug is in this list not happy JAN


  • The cheeses would have been contaminated at the Manufacturer’s and sold to retail outlets. I hope the general public doesn’t blame the independent stores etc.


  • what concerns me is the lack of product testing before these items hit the shelves

    • I was just thinking the same thing!? Would you not test a bath mat isn’t slippery when wet before labeling it as a non slip mat? or test that a coffee cup wont break before putting scalding water in it? It’s very concerning


  • Gosh the bath mat is one i have and i’ll Be returning this asap


  • There are so many recalls going on. I hate that fact that a lot of them relate to children’s goods

    • This concerns me too – very worrying.


  • How do these goods pass through quality control? I don’t mind the frills on clothing etc that doesn’t really bother me but when it’s handles on cookware & glass cups not appropriate for hot water than that’s a really big concern! Especially for big w & Kmart, I’m sure we all shop there!


  • Thank you for all the updates. Always handy to know.


  • Could be Dangerous if youre not aware of the recall


  • Goodness! That is a long list of recalls! :(


  • Some very serious flaws in there…


  • Thanks for the heads up.


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