The country's largest chicken supplier has recalled a specific batch of its popular gluten-free burger patties over gluten contamination fears.
Tegel sent out a statement on Tuesday warning customers with a gluten allergy or intolerance should not consume the Gluten-Free Crumbed Burgers from batch number 81242, with a best before date of August 2022.
Customers should instead discard them and can call the company for a full refund voucher.
The product is sold in Countdown, SuperValue, Fresh Choice, Pak'NSave, New World and Four Square stores.
A spokesperson for Tegel said the recall was isolated to one batch and so far there have been no reports of illness or adverse reactions.
However any person concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
"Consumer safety is of utmost importance. Any potential food safety issues are taken seriously, and we are investigating," they said.
The recall does not affect other batches of Tegel frozen Gluten-Free Crumbed Burgers or any other Tegel products.