But now it seems two shoppers are claiming to have found similar problems with their chicken breast meat. In one of the Facebook posts, shopper Candice said she was shocked to find that she was charged for almost 3.2kg of chicken breast - only to find that it weighed almost a third of that, at just 1.2kg.
She writes: ‘I was so excited to pick up my order today from Yeppoon Woolworths and thought my chicken seems light.
‘So I weighed it, then saw the weight so double checked in my car in case I left a bag in there. I didn't. So disappointing. If my kids had of unpacked it they wouldn't have noticed.’
Another shopper only hours earlier had revealed a similar story on Facebook, claiming her 1kg packet of Ingham’s diced chicken breast weighed in at just 866g at home.
‘Feeling a bit ripped off,’ shopper Julie wrote.
In the past, shoppers have been encouraged to return their meats to their local store to be weighed on professional scales, as home scales can sometimes be less accurate.
Speaking after the recent mince claims, a Woolworths spokesperson said: 'All of our pre-packed meat products are checked for their weight on scales that have been certified for trade use.
'If ever our customers are concerned about the weight of a product, we'd encourage them to return it to our store. This not only allows us to issue a refund, but also helps to ensure we have the product details we need to investigate further.'