Fonterra's Hautapu dairy factory in the Waikato, New Zealand
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New Zealand in dairy product recall

New Zealand's main dairy exporter, Fonterra, has found a strain of bacteria causing botulism in some of its products, including infant formula and sports drinks.

New Zealand's main dairy exporter, Fonterra, has found a strain of bacteria causing botulism in some of its products, including infant formula and sports drinks.

It has led to a global recall of up to 1,000 tons of dairy products across seven countries, including China.

Fonterra has not named the eight companies affected. Charlotte Whale reports.

  • 03 Aug
  • From the section Asia