A customer looks at baby spinach in a supermarket in Sydney. Australians who ate contaminated spinach have described feeling dizzy or unable to stand, having blurred vision, and struggling to breathe normally. Photo: Xinhua
A customer looks at baby spinach in a supermarket in Sydney. Australians who ate contaminated spinach have described feeling dizzy or unable to stand, having blurred vision, and struggling to breathe normally. Photo: Xinhua
Australia

Spinach recall in Australia after dozens struck down with ‘scary hallucinations’

  • More than 160 people have reported potentially toxic reactions such as blurred vision, breathing difficulties and dizziness after eating baby spinach
  • Australia’s food standards authority issued a recall for 13 spinach-based food items. The cause of the contamination has yet to be publicly identified

A customer looks at baby spinach in a supermarket in Sydney. Australians who ate contaminated spinach have described feeling dizzy or unable to stand, having blurred vision, and struggling to breathe normally. Photo: Xinhua
A customer looks at baby spinach in a supermarket in Sydney. Australians who ate contaminated spinach have described feeling dizzy or unable to stand, having blurred vision, and struggling to breathe normally. Photo: Xinhua
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