Milk products recalled in Australia due to fear of E. coli

Fluid milk products are being pulled off the shelves in New South Wales due to fears of E. coli contamination. Initially, Aldi pulled its Farmdale 3 Liter milk from the shelves of its ACT supermarkets and some NSW stores. Later Dairy Farmers 1 liter and 3 Liter full cream milk was also recalled. The 2L Dairy Choice full cream milk and 2L Community Co. "The Good Drop" full cream milk, both with used by dates of 25 February 2020, for sale at IGA and other independent grocery stores, are also being recalled. NSW Health said the products might be with E. coli. Lion Dairy said the impacted milk products were manufactured at their facility in Penrith in Sydney's west. Lion Dairy was recently bought by a Chinese company (China Mengniu); the sale reflected how the dairy industry is struggling in Australia. "Most Australians don't know that we import dairy products into this country because we don't make enough of it here in Australia. @

IGA milk recalled after e coli contamination fears
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