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Report: Wesfarmers, Woolworths pull fruit, vegetables from Tasmania stores

Australian supermarket chains Woolworths Group Ltd. and Wesfarmers Ltd.-owned Coles recalled fruit and vegetables from their shelves in Tasmania amid a fruit fly infestation in the state, Inside FMCG reported Feb. 23.

The recall came after a fruit fly larvae reportedly was found in a nectarine at a grocery in Devonport, Tasmania, with both Coles and Woolworths denying that the affected nectarine was from one of their stores.

The Australian news website noted that fruit fly was declared a list-A pest in the state in 1997.