Food recalls for this week have been notified by Canada, Australia, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, USA, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Austria, Croatia and Denmark.
The recall round-up gallery for the final week of November 2016 includes more than 10 countries.
We start with a multi-country recall of fish due to Clostridium botulinum type E - the product originated in the Netherlands and was also distributed to other countries from Germany.
Packaging issues prompted one recall by Nestlé Danmark of Smarties as some were labelled in German and not Danish and another by Nederlandse Vis Unie of fish products sold in Lidl in the Netherlands as it meant the package had an incorrect ingredients list and was missing allergens.
Mondelez recalled Milka Hazelnut 100g due to an issue which only affects Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Chicken from Thailand was recalled in Croatia due to Salmonella and Spar withdrew salmon in Austria due to bacterial contamination.
Listeria was behind a recall of fish by Wechsler Feinfisch in Luxembourg/Germany and of broccoli slaw in Canada by Sobeys.
Bagels and rolls were recalled in Australia because of undeclared sesame and undeclared soy allergen was behind a recall of sausage in Greece.
Finally, the Sabra Dipping Company hummus issue prompted a knock-on recall of sandwiches sold at 7-Eleven in the US.
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