Canberra Milk products recalled after black caps found to be faulty

Capitol Chilled Foods Australia's site in Griffith, ACT.
Capitol Chilled Foods Australia's site in Griffith, ACT.

Young has been named as a town that could be selling milk products with a faulty seal that are being recalled by Capitol Chilled Foods Australia.

The 300ml, 500ml and 1 litre Canberra Milk Full Cream fresh white milk products manufactured between October 22 and November 1 are being recalled as a safety measure due to a faulty seal on some of the black caps. 

The broken part of the caps could pose a choking hazard if ingested.

There have been no consumer complaints to date, the recall is being issued as a precaution.

The recall does not impact other Canberra Milk of CFFA products. 

The products were manufactured at the company’s Griffith site in the ACT but there is concern they are being sold at grocery stores, convenience store and food service outlets in Wagga, Junee, Cootamundra, Young, Hay, Tumbarumba and Batlow.

Products affected include full cream Canberra Milk brand products with black caps in 300ml with expirations dates of November 5, 8, 12, and 15; 500ml with expiration dates of November 5, 8, 12 and 15 and 1 litre with expiration dates of November 5, 6, 8, 9, 13 and 15.

It is advised those in possession of the milk dispose of it and contact the Consumer Enquiries Centre on 1800 677 852.