Customers who have eaten the 170 grams cans of the Cape Point Light Shredded Tuna in Water should visit their doctors or seek medical attention if they feel worried.
This cane from the top retailers; Shoprite and Checkers. They had recalled these cans to be brought back as they were noticed to have defective seams. The damage is unknown, but visiting a doctor is recommended.
They said they haven't dealt with any complaints from customers yet, but the customers who bought these should return them and be refunded their money back to be on the safe side.
The products are to be returned to the store only if they have these production codes: EEJCK BPHGS01, and this date: 23 July 2021 and an expiry date of 23 July 2024.
Those who have bought these cans should seek help on identifying these codes and dates if they are unable to do so on their own. And ensure they don't have these products in their homes to avoid potential harm.
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