Food recalls have been notified by Canada, USA, England, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Norway, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Austria, Luxembourg, Czech Republic and Denmark.
Welcome to the recall round-up gallery covering the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017.
We start with warnings from New Zealand and Hong Kong about histamine in anchovy paste imported in Italy.
Listeria was responsible for a recall of several varieties of cheese by Le Fédou from multiple countries, of mushroom products in Germany by Frihol and of mushrooms imported into Iceland by Innes from Green Co of South Korea.
Knock-on recalls from the Valley Milk Salmonella issue continued with Mikesell's potato chip company now affected and potential E. coli O26 and O45 contamination of veal prompted a recall by Gold Medal Packing Inc in the US.
Metal contamination of Tipiak cereal products prompted a warning in Luxembourg and glass was responsible for a recall of cheese in Belgium.
Spaghetti Bolognese packages containing lasagne led to a recall in Norway by Orkla Foods Norge and high tropane alkaloid levels led to action by SZPI in Czech Republic.
An allergic reaction due to hazelnut in Canada led to King's Pastry recalling cakes and gluten findings in a gluten-free item prompted a recall in Finland.
Sainsbury's is recalling crisps due to undeclared milk in the UK and sesame in beetroot dip led to a recall by Coles in Australia.
Finally, the risk of fermentation of wine sold at Fakta stores in Denmark prompted action.
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