Here is today’s list of food safety recalls, product withdrawals, allergy alerts and miscellaneous compliance issues. The live links will take you directly to the official recall notices and company news releases that contain detailed information for each recall and alert.
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Food Safety Recall: Williams Valley Family Farm, LLC recalls raw whole milk (Best by Oct. 20 through Oct. 28) due to E. coli contamination.
Allergy Alert (UK-Northern Ireland only): Frank and Honest recalls Frank and Honest Cold Brew (250 ml; Best before 3 May 2022, 4 May 2022 and 5 May 2022) due to undeclared oats (gluten).
Food Safety Recall (Netherlands): Bakker Goedhart Convenience BV recalls various sandwiches due to potential Salmonella contamination. Please refer to the recall notice for a complete list of affected products.
Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands
Allergy Alert (Israel): Grandma Mazal Ltd. recalls multiple products due to undeclared allergens. Please refer to the recall notice for a complete list of affected products.
Allergy Alert (Israel): Poliba recalls Dairy Hazelnut Spread (400g; Expiry date 16.6.22) due to undeclared peanut residues.
Food Safety Recall (Israel): Neviot recalls Natural Mineral Spring Water (500 ml; Best before 11.10.2022 and 12.10.2022) due to possible Pseudomonas aeruginosa contamination.
Australia and New Zealand
Allergy Alert (Australia): Only Food Trading Co Pty Ltd recalls HLY Brown Sugar Cake (290g/10; Best Before 08 JAN 2022) due to undeclared soy.
Food Safety Recall (Australia): Waterloo Bay Distilling Company recalls Banks and Burbidge Alcohol Free Gin (700 ml; Best Before 11 May 2023) due to potential microbial contamination.