Uder Delights cheeses recalled fears they contain E. coli

Check your fridge! Eleven types of cheese sold at Coles and Woolworths are recalled for fear that they may contain E. coli

  • At least 11 varieties of Udder Delights cheeses have been recalled
  • Those with the best before date of January 29 and February 5 are affected
  • Cheeses have been recalled because of the fear that they are infected with E.coli

A series of white blue cheese has been recalled for fear that the product contains E.coli.

Udder Delights Australia cheeses with best-before dates from January 29, 2020 to February 5, 2020 were recalled by the NSW Food Authority on Friday.

The potentially contaminated product can cause disease if it is consumed.

At least 11 varieties of Udder Delights Australia cheeses (photo) have been recalled


At least 11 varieties of Udder Delights Australia cheeses (photo) have been recalled

At least 11 varieties of the 200 gram cheese products evoked, including Udder Delights Brie, Udder Delights Camembert, Udder Delights Double Cream Brie and Cremeux Provincial Cheese Brie.

Udder delicacies Ash Brie, Cremeux Provincial Cheese Camembert, Cremeux Provincial Cheese Double Brie, Divine Dairy Organic Brie, Divine Dairy Organic Double Cream Brie, Eureka Camembert and Shale Point Double Cream Camembert have also been recalled.

The products are sold at Coles, Woolwroths and independent retailers in NSW, QLD, VIC, SA, WA and TAS.

Consumers are encouraged to return the product in exchange for a full refund.


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