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Urgent recall of Dairy Farmers milk bottles due to fears they could be contaminated with E. coli 

Urgent recall of popular Dairy Farmers milk bottles due to fears they could be contaminated with E. coli

  • Dairy Farmers milk bottles recalled over fears of E. coli contamination 
  • Lion Dairy & Drinks is undertaking a recall of its Dairy Farmers 1L Full Cream 
  • Dairy Farmers 3L Full Cream white milk products has also been recalled
  • Both products have been sold in Woolworths, Coles and IGA in NSW 

Supermarkets have recalled popular Dairy Farmers milk bottles due to fears they could be contaminated with E. coli. 

Lion Dairy & Drinks is undertaking a recall of its Dairy Farmers 1L Full Cream white milk products with a use by date of 25/02/2020 and its Dairy Farmers 3L Full Cream white milk products with a use by date of 24/02/2020.

The bottles have been sold in Woolworths, Coles and IGA in New South Wales. 

There are fears the milk products are contaminated with E. coli and may cause illness if consumed. 

Dairy Farmers 1L Full Cream white milk products with a use by date of 25/02/2020 has been recalled

The bottles have been sold in Woolworths, Coles and IGA in New South Wales and independent grocers 

Symptoms of E. coli to look out for 

  • dehydration
  • reduced urination
  • lethargy
  • pale skin (due to anaemia)
  • yellow skin and eyes (due to jaundice)
  • puffiness from fluid retention
  • seizures (fits)

 

E. Coli is can cause diarrhoea, stomach pain, nausea and vomiting, lasting 5-10 days, urinary tract infection, and pneumonia.

Shoppers who purchased the product are urged not to consume it and dispose of the product. 

There have been no complaints regarding the product and Lion Dairy & Drinks will ensure this doesn’t occur again. 

‘Lion Dairy & Drinks is committed to the highest standards of quality and safety,’ they said.

‘Consumers and customers can be assured that we are undertaking a thorough investigation and will put in place steps to mitigate it happening again. 

The company will provide full refunds to customers. 

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