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SINGAPORE: A batch of imported prego carbonara mushroom pasta sauce has been recalled due to product spoilage, the Singapore Food Authority (SFA) said in a media release on Thursday (22 December).

The agency said it had been notified by the Arnott’s Group of the spoilage caused by a “manufacturing error” in a batch of pasta sauce (665g).

Affected product – lot number 2022081716 – was manufactured on August 17, 2022 from 10:18 PM to 11:20 PM. The expiration date is August 17, 2023.

It is native to Malaysia and can show signs of spoilage, such as an unpleasant odor, unusual color, watery appearance, or separated liquid layer, SFA said.

Importer Campbell’s Soup Southeast Asia (Singapore branch) has been instructed to recall the product, it added.

Under the Food Marketing Act, food known to be unfit for consumption should not be sold.

“Consumers who have purchased the associated product should not consume it,” the SFA said.

“People who have consumed the product and feel unwell should seek medical attention.”

Consumers can contact the place of purchase to inquire, he added. Prego Carbonara Mushroom Pasta Sauce Recalled Due to Product Spoilage: SFA

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