Food recalls for this week have been notified by the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, USA, Iceland, Sweden, Croatia and Denmark.
Back to our weekly format we still have recalls from 15 countries.
Listeria prompted a recall by Sheridans Cheesemongers in Ireland of roquefort, of soup in the US by Hale and Hearty Soups and pf ham by Brandenburg Culinair in the Netherlands.
The pathogen was also responsible for a recall of mini poultry sausages in Belgium and of fish by Geitey in Iceland.
Lofotprodukt recalled fish burgers in Norway due to undeclared egg, gluten and wheat allergens prompted a recall in Finland and peanut in pancake mix led to Redfrog Enterprises taking action.
Potential clostridium botulinum in pate led to Patchwork Pate recalling products in England and Salmonella in turkey burgers in Croatian led to the recall of a product made in Italy.
Incorrect date marking of sprouts in Australia by Elfa Sprouts led to a withdrawal and incidents of exploding beer cans led to Systembolaget in Sweden recalling beer from New Zealand.
A consumer complaint about metal in Billa Pannettone Classico prompted REWE International to take action in Austria and potential plastic led to Efko Frischfrucht recalling products in Germany.
Finally, Coop Danmark recalled an alcoholic drink as it was found to have at least twice the percentage alcohol volume as declared on the label.
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