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Discount supermarket chain Aldi has issued a recall for hot dog rolls after metal shavings were detected inside some products.
People who purchased Aldi's six-pack "Bakers Life" hot dog rolls with the "best before" date of July 14 are being urged to not consume the product and return it to the store.
The rolls, packaged in a 450g plastic bag, were sold in Aldi's NSW and ACT stores. The "best before" date can be found on the plastic bag clip.
"The recall is due to the potential presence of foreign objects, metal shavings, in the product," Aldi's recall notice says.
"Food products containing foreign objects may cause injury if consumed."
Aldi has apologised for any inconvenience caused.
The NSW Food Authority says any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
"Consumers should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund," a spokesman says.
Aldi would not disclose whether anyone has been harmed.
"Aldi is conducting a close investigation with the supplier of the product and is collaborating with the food safety regulating authorities," a spokeswoman says.
Other Aldi products under recall include its eight-pack Hillcrest Chewy Choc Squiggle Muesli Bars, which have an undeclared allergen (peanuts), and the Kuchef Digital Glass Kettle, which has a handle that may come loose or detach.
Concerned consumers can call Aldi's recall hotline on 1800 709 993.