There have been even more milk products recalled due to fears they could be contaminated with E. coli. Find out which products have been affected below.
Further milk recalls due to concerns over E. coli contamination
There have been even more milk products recalled due to fears they could be contaminated with E. coli.
The recall now includes four different milk brands.
- 7-Eleven two-litre full cream milk bottles sold in stores across NSW and ACT.
- LD&D Milk, Dairy Choice Full Cream 2 Litre and Community Co ‘The Good Drop’ Full Cream 2 Litre milks sold in IGA NSW.
- ALDI Farmdale Full Cream Milk 3L sold in stores across ACT and some NSW.
- Dairy Farmers’ one-litre and three-litre full cream milk with a use-by of February 25 and February 24 from Coles, Woolworths and IGA supermarkets in NSW.
7 Eleven Full Cream Milk
Service station giant 7-Eleven issued a recall of its two-litre full cream milk bottles, with a use-by date of February 24, 2020.
The product was sold at 7-Eleven stores in New South Wales and the ACT.
Customers who bought the milk are encouraged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Aldi Farmdale Full Cream Milk
ALDI is also recalling their Farmdale Full Cream Milk 3L with a USE BY: 25 FEB 20 due to an E.coli contamination. The product has been available for sale in the ACT and certain NSW ALDI Stores (see recall notice for a full list of stores).
Customers should return the recalled product to the place of purchase, or contact ALDI for a full refund. Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.
LD & D Milk Full Cream Milk
LD&D Milk is recalling their Dairy Choice Full Cream 2 Litre and Community Co ‘The Good Drop’ Full Cream 2 Litre milks with a Use by: 25/02/2020 due to an E. coli contamination.
The products have been available for sale at IGA stores and various independents in NSW.
Dairy Farmers’ Full Cream Milk
It comes just days after a recall of Dairy Farmers’ one-litre and three-litre full cream milk with a use-by of February 25 and February 24 from Coles, Woolworths and IGA supermarkets in NSW. Find more details on that recall HERE.
Customers who may have consumed the milk are encouraged to remain vigilant for signs or symptoms of E. coli.
SYMPTOMS OF E. COLI
E. coli can cause diarrhoea, stomach pain, nausea and vomiting, lasting 5-10 days, urinary tract infection, and pneumonia. Be aware if you have the following symptoms.
- reduced urination
- pale skin
- yellow skin and eyes
- puffiness from fluid retention and seizures.