Last updated on 25 March 2011
FRijj Strawberry Milkshake recalled
Dairy Crest has recalled one batch of its FRijj Thick and Fresh Strawberry Milkshake because it contains low levels of listeria. The Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
Product: FRijj Thick & Fresh Strawberry Milkshake, 500ml
Use by: 5 April 2011
Dairy Crest has recalled the affected milkshake from consumers and issued a press release and recall notices. If you have bought the affected strawberry Frijj, contact Dairy Crest for a full refund on tel: 0800 328 5344 (freephone) or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Science behind the story
Listeria is a type of food poisoning bacteria that can live and grow in food – chilled food in particular, for example pâté, cooked sliced meats, soft cheeses and smoked fish.
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