Food recalls have been made by USA, England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, Norway, New Zealand, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Netherlands, Hungary and Denmark.
We start the recall round-up with Tesco Ireland recalling a batch of mackerel fillets due to elevated levels of histamine and Bacillus cereus prompted a recall of milk in Germany.
Undeclared hazelnuts prompted a recall by Ferrero in Austria and Germany and undeclared soya in cereal after chocolate pieces were accidentally included led to action in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and Lithuania.
Deutsche Kase Haus' notification of Listeria in cheese has affected Sargento, Country Fresh, Meijer, MDS Foods, Guggisberg and Taylor Farms in the US. The same pathogen was responsible for a recall of beef in the Netherlands by Hoogvliet.
Lunden Food issued a recall in Finland after a packing error meant tuna allergen was undeclared while milk in seasoning was behind a recall in Canada and undeclared gluten led to Icelandic Holdings withdrawing a fruit and nut mix in New Zealand.
Sainsbury's recalled a number of stir fry products in England due to Salmonella and elevated mercury levels in swordfish loins from Vietnam led to a warning in Hungary.
In the only foreign body contamination this week, Auchan Luxembourg withdrew stevia powder due to glass concerns.
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