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A staple food has been recalled from Aldi stores across Australia due to concerns about the presence of salmonella.

Stonemill 60g Sesame is recalled by Food Standards Australia New Zealand due to Salmonella contamination.

The product is available in Aldi stores in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

A popular ALDI spice aisle product has been recalled due to salmonella contamination. Stonemill's Sesame Seeds 60g were available in stores in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.
Camera iconStonemills Sesame Seeds 60g have been recalled due to Salmonella contamination. Credit: NewsWire
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Camera iconThe recalled product was available in Aldi stores in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. NewsWire / Glenn Campbell Credit: News Corp Australia

The recall affects all date codes on the product.

The Food Safety Authority issued the recall because it fears that food contaminated with salmonella could cause illness if consumed.

“Consumers should not eat this product,” FSANZ warned.

“Any consumer who is concerned about their health should seek medical advice.”

Consumers can return the product to any Aldi store and receive a full refund.

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