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CFIA recalls this week

Deep River Snacks brand Krinkle Cut Sour Cream & Onion Kettle Cooked Potato Chips recalled due to Salmonella

Q.One brand Stuffed Pancake Mix recalled due to undeclared milk

Food Recall Warning Duncan Hines brand Apple Caramel Cake Mix recalled due to Salmonella

Lenny and Larry's The Complete Cookie brand chocolate chip cookies recalled due to undeclared milk

Ready-to-eat Ajinomoto brand Yakitori Chicken with Japanese-Style Fried Rice recalled due to possibly undercooked chicken

President’s Choice brand Smoked Atlantic Salmon sold at Valu-mart - Applewood recalled due to potential presence of dangerous bacteria - Clostridium botulinum

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Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd — Coles Mini Classics Vanilla Ice Cream & Coles Mini Classics Almond Ice Cream

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What are the defects? Potential presence of metal fragments.

What are the hazards? Food products containing metal may cause injury if consumed.

What should consumers do? Consumers should not eat this product and can return the product to any Coles supermarket for a full refund. Any consumers concerned about their health should seek medical advice.

Fipronil - follow up monitoring published

EFSA has published its analysis of food data collected following the widespread detection of fipronil residues in eggs last summer. Member States submitted to EFSA the results of more than 5,000 samples of eggs and chicken collected between 1 September and 30 November 2017. The samples were analysed for fipronil and other active substances specified by the European Commission. The analysis showed that 742 of the samples contained residues in quantities exceeding legal limits, almost all related to fipronil. The majority of exceedances were found in suspect samples – those derived from products or producers where illegal use was known or assumed.

Source: EFSA

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