Aldi, 7-Eleven Recall Full Cream Milk Products Over E-Coli Fears

Aldi and 7-Eleven have issued recalls on some of their full cream milk products over fears they have been contaminated with e.coli.

On Friday, Aldi recalled its Farmdale Full Cream 3 Litre Milk which was available for sale in the ACT and at some NSW stores.

The affected batch had a best before date of February 25 2020, the supermarket giant said.

"Customers should return the recalled product to the place of purchase, or contact ALDI STORES PTY LTD below, for a full refund," it said in a statement.

"Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice."

The full list of stores affected by the Aldi recall can be found here.

7-Eleven also issued a recall on Friday of its own brand of 2L full cream milk, which was available for sale at multiple stores in both NSW and the ACT.

The affected products had a use-by date of February 24, 2020.

Customers have been told to return the recalled product to the place of purchase or contact 7-Eleven for a full refund.

The NSW Food Authority warned that products contaminated with E. coli may cause illness if consumed.

Friday's recalls come just one day after some Dairy Farmers 1 Litre and 3 Litre full cream milk products were also recalled.

The products, sold at major supermarkets across NSW including Coles, Woolworths, IGA and various independent stores, were also recalled because of a potential e.coli contamination.



Urgent Recall Of Dairy Farmers Milk Over E. Coli Fears

Milk sold at Coles, Woolworths and IGA stores could be contaminated with E. coli, with Dairy Farmers issuing an urgent recall of products sold across NSW.

The manufacturer of the milk, Lion Dairy & Drinks, issued a warning for customers to not drink some one-litre and three-litre versions of its Full Cream White Milk, due to "potential microbial contamination".

The recall was issued for three-litre Full Cream White Milk with a use-by date of 24/2/2020, and one-litre Full Cream White Milk with a use-by of 25/2/2020.

"This is a food safety issue. As this may cause illness if the product is consumed, Lion Dairy & Drinks immediately moved to recall the products from market," the company said on Thursday.

Stores affected by the Farmdale Full Cream Milk 3L recall have been available in ACT and the following NSW stores:

Albion Park Rail, Ambarvale, Ashfield Mall, Auburn,Balgowlah, Bankstown Airport, Bankstown Central, Bass Hill, Batemans Bay, Belrose, Blair Athol, Bondi Junction, Bonnyrigg, Bowral, Broadway, Brookvale, Campbelltown Mall, Canterbury, Carnes Hill, Casula, Chatswood, Chatswood Place, Chullora, Cooma, Dapto, Darlinghurst, Dee Why, Drummoyne, Edmondson Park, Eastgardens, Eastlakes, Eastwood, Edgecliff, Emerald Hills, Engadine, Fairfield Forum, Fairy Meadow, Frenchs Forrest, Galston, Gladesville, Glenfield Park, Goulburn, Griffith, Guildford, Hillsdale, Hornsby, Hurstville, Kirrawee, Kogarah, Lakemba, Leichhardt, Leeton, Lidcombe, Liverpool, Macarthur Square, Macquarie Fields, Manly, Maroubra, Marrickville, Menai, Merrylands, Miller, Minto, Mittagong, Miranda Central, Miranda Westfield, Mona Vale, Mosman,Mt Annan, Mt Kuring-Gai, Narellan, North Ryde - Macquarie Park, North Strathfield, North Sydney, Nowra, Queanbeyan, Rhodes, Riverwood, Rockdale, Rydalmere, Shellharbour, Tahmoor, Thornleigh, Top Ryde, Ulladulla, Villawood, Vincentia, Wagga Wagga CBD, Warilla, Warrawong, Warriewood, Waterloo, Wentworthville, Westleigh, Weston, Wetherill Park, Wolli Creek, Wollongong, Yass, Young