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    Contaminated sugars have been recalled for the second time this month after they were found to have been sold by mistake

    Contaminated sugars have been recalled for the second time this month after they were found to have been sold by mistake


    Woolworths New Zealand, Countdown's parent company, is recalling Chelsea and Countdown branded raw and brown sugar products due to low level lead contamination.

    People who bought it on either Thursday, or Friday this week from any Countdown, SuperValue or FreshChoice store in the South Island as well as Countdown Petone, Lower Hutt or Upper Hutt in Wellington should return it

    It was part of a recall issued earlier in the month which was mistakenly dispatched from a Countdown distribution centre.

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