Food safety recall round-up 20-29 September 2016

Recalls: Clostridium botulinum, bread contamination and E. coli

Unilever, Tyson, Sparkel Beverages, Quorn, McCain Foods in recalls

Food recalls and alerts for the end of September have been notified by England, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, USA, Austria, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark.

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Recalls: Fermentation, rubber and pathogens

Aspen Hills, Elivia, HiPP, EcoFinia, Axfood in recalls

Recalls: Listeria in rullepølse and peanut in cumin

Kopparberg, Migros, Fazer and Woolworths in recalls

Recalls: Ochratoxin A and breaking Kopparberg cider bottles

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Recalls: Listeria in ice cream and scorpion in exotic fruit

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Recalls: Metal, plastic and Listeria

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Recalls: Nestlé, Mondelez and Clostridium botulinum

Hanoju, TMA, ICA, Tulip and Alnatura recalls

Recalls: Allergens, plastic and pathogens

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Recalls: Yeast, mould growth and Salmonella

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Recalls: Salmonella, Listeria and metal

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Recalls: Campylobacter, lead and gluten

Sweet William, Bakkavor, Fjordland and Aldi in recalls

Recalls: Aflatoxin B1, foam pieces and fermentation

Recalls due to pathogens, allergens and contamination

Recalls: Genetically modified papaya and E. coli in organic wheatgrass

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Comments (2)

Ian Shelley - 04 Oct 2016 | 03:50

Metal Detector or XRay machine?

'Unilever has recalled green beans due to rubber pieces in Netherlands and hard plastic was found in chicken nuggets from Tyson foods in the US, despite the product passing through a metal detector in the factory before going to market'. Therein lies the problem (tongue in cheek) should of been a Xray machine as a metal detector will only detect metal. I am guessing a possible typo or in fact the plastic was part of something else that covered the metal?

04-Oct-2016 at 15:50 GMT

virginie.masdoua - 30 Sep 2016 | 01:00

Recall every where

A result of the global food exchange and an intense production...

30-Sep-2016 at 13:00 GMT

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