The batch of contaminated whey protein concentrate from dairy giant Fonterra has turned out to have been wrongly identified as a potentially causing botulism.
Schulz Organic Farms Full Cream milk is being recalled in Victoria due to a form of microbial contamination which can cause illness in pregnant women, the elderly and those will low immune systems.
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has entered more hot water over another milk contamination scare, this time in Sri Lanka.
Dairy giant Fonterra warned on Saturday that an ingredient used in its baby formula products and sports drinks could potentially be fatal.
Beng Beng chocolate bars, sold in Asian grocery stores across the country, are being recalled due to the presence of undeclared allergens.
Fonterra is recalling a slice cheese product in New Zealand, amid reports plastic is sticking to the cheese once it’s unwrapped.
Australasian Fresh has recalled Alligator Brand Veal Ravioli from Costco stores in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
Sixty people have fallen sick after eating contaminated oysters in southern Tasmania.
A South Australian cheese company recalled several feta products after failing an E. Coli bacterium test.
Kit Kat is recalling a seven of varieties of chocolate bars after seven people reported finding small pieces of plastic in the bars.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) have issues a recall on Woolworths’ and Flannerys’ private label raw almonds over salmonella contamination.
Valvorp Fine Foods has recalled its 1963 Drinking Chocolate nationally, after failing to declare the product contained milk.
Australia’s food safety watchdog has issued a warning to food businesses not to use two direct order yeast products.
When a cow tested positive for mad cow disease in America for the first time since 2006, the USDA announced Tuesday.
Indonesia has suspended some beef imports from the US following the detection of mad cow disease in California, and Australian producers are hoping to benefit from the incident with increased exports.
The discovery of mad cow disease in the US is a positive occurrence, according to some animal groups.
A line of John West tinned tuna sold in Australian supermarkets, after glass fragments were found in the product.