A popular milk sold in Queensland has been recalled over fears it may be contaminated with a bacteria.
Kenilworth Dairies Full Cream Milk in the 3L, 2L and 1L sizes have been pulled from fridges across the state.
Food Standards Australia says the recall is due to microbial (E.coli) contamination.
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“Food products contaminated with E.coli may cause illness if consumed,” the recall notice reads.
The recalled milk, which has a best before date of 15/03/21, has been available for sale at independent grocers and Kenilworth Dairies Cafe in QLD.
Anyone who has purchased the product is being warned not to drink it, and to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.