16th May 2022 Food Safety / Recall
Golden Coin is recalling all batches and all dates of its The Grid brand Shanghai Style Pan-fried Buns due to the presence of an undeclared allergen, namely soy.
Woolworths NZ is recalling specific batches of its Countdown brand Choc Berry Mix due to the presence of an undeclared allergen, namely milk.
Nominations are open for the 2022 Significant Contribution to Food Safety Award, sponsored by New Zealand Food Safety.
A milk business has been fined $30,000 for not following the rules that regulate the supply and sale of raw milk.
Health Foods International Ltd is recalling a specific batch of its International Nutrition Co’s Shred Max Raspberry Coconut flavour bar due to the presence of an undeclared allergen, namely peanuts.
Benedikt Imports is recalling all batches, all dates, all packaging, or size and all flavour variations of Elite branded confectionery products, including Elite chocolate, Elite cakes, Elite wafers, Energy grain snacks, Energy chocolate rice cakes, gum, and toffee candies.
Kiwi Organic Dairy Equities is recalling a specific batch of its Ours Truly brand Organic Full Cream A3™ Milk due to the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes.
Ferrero International is recalling Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs from New Zealand shelves because of potential contamination with salmonella bacteria.
Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Hanami brand Toasted Prawn Crackers due to the presence of undeclared allergens, namely molluscs, milk and soy.
George Weston Foods is recalling specific batches of its Ploughmans Bakery brand Country Grains Bread as the product may contain foreign matter, namely plastic.
Gopals Sweets & Snacks is recalling its Gopala brand Paneer cheese product because of the threat of listeria.
MZ Holdings is recalling a certain batch of its Vadilal Quick Treat brand frozen custard apple pulp because it could contain salmonella.
Janine Tait Group Ltd is recalling specific batches and dates of its Bestow brand powdered drink products because of undeclared gluten.
Abbott Laboratories New Zealand is recalling certain brands and batches of infant formula product imported from the United States.
There are two recalls because of the threat of salmonella.
An Invercargill retirement village café is recalling all its branded frozen meals because of potentially undeclared allergens.
Public health warnings are in place for people not to collect and eat shellfish on the South Island’s West Coast because of unsafe levels of toxins.
The government has announced that commercial chicken operators must meet extra rules from 6 October to help eliminate Salmonella Enteritidis from the chicken supply chain
New Zealand Food Safety is extending a programme of testing to determine the extent of Salmonella Enteritidis in poultry flocks in New Zealand and to reduce the risk to consumers.
Speirs Foods is recalling specific batches of its ready to eat salads due to the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes.
Bakers will have two years to start adding the B vitamin folic acid to their non-organic bread-making wheat flour.
Countdown branded potato egg & bacon prepack salad with a use-by date of 13 July 2021 is being recalled as it may contain listeria bacteria.
Real Milk Timaru is recalling specific batches of its Real Milk Timaru brand raw (unpasteurised) drinking milk as the product may contain Listeria monocytogenes.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has warned the public against collecting shellfish in Hawke’s Bay due to high toxin levels detected in shellfish samples from Pania Reef.
New Zealand Food Safety is again warning consumers to thoroughly cook mussels before eating after two people fall sick.
Consumers are being told to not eat raw mussels after two people suffered food poisoning.
The corn is said to have multi-pesticide resistance.
iMonitor says Covid-19 shined a spotlight on the importance of food safety.
New Zealand Food Safety is calling on the public to return Pak’nSave branded, sliced-in-store, ready-to-eat meat products purchased at the supermarket in Blenheim as they may contain listeria bacteria.
House of Fine Foods Ltd is recalling all batches and all dates of its Higher Living Organic brand Green Tea Hemp.