Phytologic Holdings is recalling two batches of Henry Blooms Herb-a-lax 200-gram dried herb powder (AUST L 23408) due to insects being found in some bottles of these batches.
What is the problem?
Live insects were found in two batches of Henry Blooms Herb-a-lax 200g dried herb powder.
The insect was identified as Tobacco beetles, scientifically known as Lasioderma serricorne.
This recall does not affect any other batch of Henry Blooms Herb-a-lax 200g dried herb powder or any other Henry Blooms’ products.
What are the risks?
In some cases, the presence of beetles and their waste products could lead to the inhalation of allergens, which might be a concern for individuals with specific allergies or respiratory issues.
What should I do?
If you have a bottle of Henry Blooms Herb-a-lax 200-gram dried herb powder from any of the above batches, do not use it. Return it to the place of purchase for a refund or call the Phytologic Holdings Pty Ltd customer service line to arrange the return of affected product and refund.
If you have consumed any of the affected batches and you have any concerns, contact your medical professional.
Please contact Phytologic Holdings Pty Ltd customer service on 02 9700 8850 for further information.
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