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Australia's Red Kellys recalls salad dressing sold at Woolworths

Australian salad dressings maker Red Kellys No1 Pty. Ltd. issued a recall of its Tasmania Creamy Caesar dressing sold at Woolworths Group Ltd. supermarkets in Australia due to the presence of undeclared allergens.

Subject to the recall are 250-milliliter glass bottles of Red Kellys-branded Tasmania Creamy Caesar dressing with a best-before date of July 31, 2019, according to a May 9 statement posted on the New South Wales Food Authority website.

The product contains egg, dairy and fish, which could cause a reaction to consumers with allergies or intolerances to the ingredients.

The NSW Food Authority is urging customers to return the purchased items to the store from which they were purchased for a full refund.