Milk recalled over E.coli contamination

Nadine Carroll
·1-min read

A Queensland milk brand has been recalled over E.coli contamination.

Food Standards Australia and New Zealand have issued a notice for a batch of Kenilworth Dairies Full Cream Milk in the 3 litre, 2 litre and 1 litre sizes with a best before date of March 15, 2021.

E.coli can cause illness if consumed, including stomach pain and vomiting. More serious cases can lead to life threatening complications.

Queensland Kenilworth Dairies Full Cream Milk recall
A recall has been issued for a batch of Kenilworth Dairies Full Cream Milk due to E.coli contamination. Source: Food Standards Australia and New Zealand

The safety authority has advised consumers to seek medical advice if they are concerned about their health.

The milk is sold at independent grocers and Kenilworth Dairies Cafe in QLD.

Those who purchased the milk can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

More information can be found here.

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