A number of brands of milk have been recalled due to a 'potentially unsafe presence of Enterobacteriaceae bacteria.'
All of the recalled products come under the Arrabawn Co-op and may contain Enterobacteriaceae bacteria, which can be harmful to humans. A spokesperson for the Food Safety Authority of Ireland said that 'point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores supplied with the implicated batches. Several of the retailers have multiple suppliers of these products so customers will continue to see the various brands of milk on sale. As a further precaution, Aldi is recalling all batches of the above products and also Clonbawn Light Milk 1% Fat 2L.'
Most of the affected products have use-by dates of October 26, while the affected Clonbawn Light Milk 1% Fat 2L has a use-by date of October 27. The full list of recalled milk products can be viewed in the below graphic...
Consumers are advised not to drink the implicated batches of milk and to return them to the point of sale. More information can be found here.