Raw goat’s milk recalled due to E. coli contamination

Ebuta Goat Dairy Townsville has recalled Ebuta Dairy Goats Milk Unpasteurised from greengrocers in Townsville, QLD due to E. coli contamination.

In Queensland, goat’s milk is the only milk which can be sold unpasteurised. Unpasteurised goats milk is permitted subject to compliance with the dairy scheme which includes strict requirements for testing, appropriate recall procedures, and labelling. The statement ‘Caution— this milk is an unpasteurised product and may contain organisms that could be injurious to health’ is required to be included on the product.

Ebuta Goat Dairy are currently one of three dairy’s in Queensland accredited to sell raw goat milk to the public.

The recall applies to products with the following date markings:

Packaged between: 11.06.2015 – 17.06.2015

Fresh Use by: all dates between 20.06.2015 – 27.06.2015

Frozen Use by: all dates between 20.12.2015 and 27.12.2015

Food products contaminated with E. coli may cause illness if consumed. Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice and should return the products to the place of purchase for a full refund.


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