An accident at a major foodservice manufacturer in Australia has caused a shortage of garlic bread.
According to The Daily Telegraph, bits of Teflon were found in a margarine filter last week at the George Weston Foods foodservice manufacturer, which supplies garlic bread to Pizza Hut, Domino’s, and a bunch of supermarkets across Australia. When the Teflon was discovered, the company halted production and started looking for the source of the plastic.
The contaminated margarine had been supplied by GrainCorp. Weston Foods has recalled 11 of its garlic bread products.
In the meantime, garlic-lovers in Australia should check out our best garlic bread recipes for some ways to make their own.