Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Iceland, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
We start our recall round-up gallery this week with the risk of Clostridium botulinum growth in baby food pouches prompting a recall by Loblaw Companies. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said there had been associated illnesses but did not specify how many or the seriousness.
Norovirus in frozen strawberries from Poland prompted action in Iceland and more detail on the recall of oysters in New Zealand due to the same problem became available.
Sant'Anna recalled some bottled water due to reports of an abnormal odour in Italy and mould on lasagne prompted a withdrawal in Denmark by Alimentum Food.
Ruth's Salads issued a recall due to potential Listeria in the US and Avoca expanded action in Ireland due to the same pathogen in hummus.
Semper recalled banana baby biscuits with the wrong label in Sweden, undeclared gluten led to a recall by Cape Wholefoods in Australia and undeclared sulphites was behind a notice in Germany of wine from Italy.
Undeclared shellfish was behind a recall in Netherlands by Procter & Gamble and milk allergen concerns prompted a recall by HKScan Oy in Finland.
In the only foreign body case this week, Spar recalled hummus and falafel in Austria due to potential plastic contamination.
Finally, meat discoloured blue prompted a recall of sandwiches in England by Great Northern Sandwich Co.
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