Here we find Listeria, Salmonella, foreign matter contamination, Clostridium botulinum, Staphylococcus and incorrect labelling prompting action.
This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Belgium, Germany, the UK, France, Hong Kong, Canada and Australia.
24 April - Belgium: Listeria monocytogenes has been detected in farm butter in Belgium.
Farm Grodent in collaboration with the food safety authority (AFSCA) withdrew the butter from the market.
The products are sold in health food stores and specialized dairies.
It was on sale from the 24 March to 18 April and has lot number 280414.
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