Displaying items by tag: botulism

Friday, 01 December 2017 15:40

Angry and frustrated- Wilson

Fonterra chairman John Wilson says as a farmer he is angry and disappointed with today's arbitration decision over the false botulism scare in 2013.

Published in General News
Thursday, 14 April 2016 13:55

Botulism cloud now on far horizon

A Chinese business that makes infant formula in New Zealand says the false botulism scare of 2013 is disappearing from the minds of China's consumers.

Published in General News
Thursday, 12 September 2013 16:06

A2 mik not affected by botulism scare

PRAISE FOR Fonterra and the Government’s handling of the false-alarm food safety recall has come from an unexpected quarter – A2 Corporation which is launching its own infant formula brand in China in November.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 11:51

Timeline questions must wait

Fonterra is being as transparent and open as possible, but questions on the timeline of events will need to wait until internal and external reviews, says managing director of New Zealand Milk Products, Gary Romano.

Published in General News
Sunday, 04 August 2013 16:35

Fonterra recalls calf feed

Some North Island dairy farmers were sold calf feed potentially contaminated with a strain of clostridium botulinum which can cause botulism.

Published in General News
Saturday, 03 August 2013 07:02

Fonterra issues botulism alert

Fonterra will this morning release more details of a food scare involving three batches of whey protein concentrate manufactured in New Zealand last year.

Published in General News

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