Dairy Recalls Contaminated Milk

AUSTRALIA - A dairy on Queensland's Sunshine Coast is recalling milk products after concerns about chemical contamination.
calendar icon 19 October 2011
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ABCNews reports that Maleny Dairies has recalled all of its one, two and three-litre milk products including goats milk and flavoured milk drinks.

The milk is sold in retail outlets across south-east Queensland.

Yoghurt, cream and custard products are not affected.

Maleny Dairies is conducting tests to find out how the milk became contaminated.

The dairy also recalled one batch of its milk products last week after concerns about contamination, with most of that milk with an expiry date of 24 October.

Dairy director Ross Hopper says consumers who are concerned should return affected milk to the place of purchase.

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