JINDI CHEESE RECALL - 21 January 2013
Jindi Cheese have initiated a voluntary recall due to an outbreak of Listereosis in Australia.
We have distributed Jindi Cheese to a small number of retailers in New Zealand, as well as a number of restaurants. We have also sold Jindi Cheese through our retail shop, in Petone.
Should you have purchased any of this cheese, and not yet consumed it, please contact us on 0800 939 9925 to arrange for a refund. PLEASE DO NOT CONSUME THIS CHEESE.
Should you have purchased and consumed any Jindi Cheese during December 2012 or January 2013, and have any concerns, please call us on 0800 939 9925.
Welcome to our website, it has been constructed with the same qualities that dictate the running of our business. Fine products, passion, respect and knowledge. We care about sustainability and the environment and our philosophy is that great food should be available to all at a reasonable price. Please enjoy our website.
FINE FOOD PASSION RESPECT KNOWLEDGE
Steven and Valda Scheckter in their shop
Dedicated food emporia, such as the Scheckters’ Petone shop (photographed in 2004), import South African products. These foods cater to expatriates’ cravings and introduce New Zealanders to new flavours. Products such as Mrs Ball’s Chutney, Rooibos Tea and Ouma Rusks may be unfamiliar to most New Zealanders, but for South Africans they provide a culinary and sentimental link with their home country. Strangely, Marmite is also imported, as the South African recipe differs from the New Zealand product.
An entry from Te Ara, the encyclopedia of New Zealand, available here.
We do not sell via the website, or take credit cards over the phone. We are more than happy however to discuss your requirements, and ship as far as you may be within New Zealand.