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Anchor and Pams Fresh Cream Recall

13 January 2014

Anchor and Pams Fresh Cream Recall

Fonterra Brands NZ is today conducting a voluntary recall of 300ml and 500ml bottles of Anchor and Pams fresh cream with a best before date of 21 January 2014, distributed in the North Island from Northland to Turangi, including Gisborne.

The recall involves 8,700 bottles of fresh cream that have been distributed to retail and foodservice outlets.

Fonterra Brands NZ Managing Director Peter McClure said the voluntary recall is being done because quality tests have shown there may be the presence of E.Coli in some Anchor and Pams bottles of cream with the 21 January 2014 best before date.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience and concern this recall might cause but food safety and quality are our top priorities,” said Mr McClure. 

Consumers are advised not to consume this product and to return it to the place of purchase for a refund. If they require further information, they should contact Fonterra Brands’ customer service centre on 0800 256 257.

This recall does not affect any other Anchor or Pams products.

The affected batch numbers are:


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