Lion Dairy & Drinks (Lion) is undertaking a milk recall of a number of products manufactured from their WA dairy site following routine testing which showed a microbial count in excess of their quality standards.

The recall has seen hundreds of thousands of litres of milk be recalled from shelves across WA.

Some coliforms, a type of bacteria, can cause illness in people, especially young children, the elderly, and those who have a weakened immune system, causing gastrointestinal problems including cramping and diarrhoea.

Additional to the Pura, Masters and Farmers Union brands that Lion produces, Coles has issued a recall on its one-litre cartons of fresh full cream and 98% fat free hilo milk with a February 6 expiry.

The products impacted by this milk recall are:

Brand Product Use By Date
Pura Hi-Lo 600ml 7 February 2016
Hi-Lo 1L 7 February 2016
Masters Strawberry 300ml 7 February 2016
Strawberry 600ml 7 February 2016
Strawberry 1L 7 February 2016
Double Shot Iced Coffee 600ml 7 February 2016
Mocha 600ml 7 February 2016
Mocha 1L 7 February 2016
Coffee Light 600ml 7 February 2016
Chocolate 300ml 6 February 2016
Chocolate 600ml 6 February 2016
Farmers Union Iced Coffee 600ml 7 February 2016
Coles 98% Fat Free & Hilo Milk 1L 7 February 2016

 

Affected products should be disposed of and customers could call the Lion Consumer Enquiries Centre on 1800 677 852 for a full refund.  Coles customers can return the milk for a full refund.

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