Food alerts have been made by USA, England, Australia, Canada, Netherlands, Italy, Finland, Belgium, Croatia and France.
The gallery this week features a few different countries and a few different reasons behind recalls.
We start with Aldi recalling tuna steaks in Ireland due to high levels of histamine - one illness has been linked to this incident.
Skånemejerier in Sweden has withdrawn some cream due to contamination with a dishwashing solution.
Norovirus has been reported in France with certain Thiriet and Leader Price brand frozen raspberries.
Potential Salmonella contamination led to a recall of ham by Jumbo in the Netherlands, of ice cream in the US by La Granja and of chicken in Croatia.
Milk and hazelnut paste of the brand Eko-Land from the Netherlands was withdrawn in Belgium due to the possible presence of glass.
Undeclared milk caused a recall by Roberts Confectionery of chocolate buttons in Australia, by Pohjolan Peruna in Finland and by High Liner Foods of fish strips and nuggets in Canada.
Finally, Listeria potential led to action by Carrefour of cheese made by Casarrigoni in Italy.
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