Chrissy cakes ‘OK’

Townsville Bulletin - - Front Page -

TOWNSVILLEBul­let­inread­ers who pur­chased a Li­ons Christ­mas Cake as part of the pa­per’s Christ­mas coupon pro­mo­tions at Stock­land Townsville have been as­sured their cakes are safe.

Bul­let­inpro­mo­tions man­ager Doug Kingston yes­ter­day said a small metal blade found in one Top Taste Li­ons cake on the Sun­shine Coast was an iso­lated in­ci­dent.

‘‘Peo­ple who pur­chased the cakes should check the inside pack­ag­ing. If it is not bro­ken, there is no prob­lem,’’ Mr Kingston said.

The Bris­bane-based bak­ery was forced to de­stroy mil­lions of cakes af­ter a con­tam­i­na­tion scare in May.

But Top Taste gen­eral man­ager Gra­ham Martin this week said he was cer­tain the latest con­tam­i­na­tion had not taken place in the com­pany’s Ke­dron plant.

Mr Kingston said any­one who was still con­cerned about their cake could re­turn it to Stock­land Townsville’s cus­tomer care cen­tre for a full re­fund.

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