The idea of biting into a nice juicy piece of fruit and piercing your mouth isn't a great one for your appetite, but the chance of it happening to you is very, very small. So when you do your next big fruit and veg shop, don't give in to all the 'sabotage' hype, just do your shopping and even potentially enjoy some lowered prices on your favourite fruits.
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If you have bought strawberries in NSW, Queensland and Victoria, you should probably throw them out. Reports are coming in of sewing needles being found in strawberries sold by Woolworths, with one Queensland man ending up in hospital and two more people in Victoria reporting similar instances. Police believe the needles were intentionally placed to cause injury.
Be careful if you've bought frozen vegetables from Aldi, IGA, Woolworths or other independent groceries recently. A number of products have been recalled due to possible contamination of listeria bacteria. If you have any of the products listed below in your freezer you can return them to your place of purchase for a full refund.
People around the world depend on their EpiPen to work in the case of life-threatening allergic reactions. But two people recently found out the hard way that their EpiPens were faulty. As a result, the makers of EpiPen are recalling over 81,000 EpiPens in Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Ireland and Japan.
If you own a Note 7, you should trade it in pronto. Samsung issued a recall after some phones were exploding due to a short in the battery. If that's not enough to motivate you to hand it over, though, Samsung might gimp your battery.
HP's Chromebook 11 is an impressive device on the road, but if you're an early adopter you may need a replacement charger. HP is recalling one model of charger shipped in Australia because of potential problems.