Aldi Stores is issuing a recall of its milk product sold across its stores in NSW and the ACT over possible microbial (E Coli) contamination fears.

The NSW Food Authority has advised the community of the supermarket’s product recall of Farmdale Full Cream Milk 3 Litre plastic bottle with a use-by date of 25 February.

If consumed, Ecoli may cause illness. Early symptoms of infection include stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea, which often contains traces of blood.

The NSW Food Authority urged consumers to avoid consuming this product and return it to the place of purchase or contact Aldi for a complete refund.

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Furthermore, consumers concerned about their health, are required to seek medical advice, the NSW Food Authority said.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Broadway, Ashfield, Frenchs Forrest, Maroubra, Marrickville and Leichhardt are some of the NSW stores.

Separately, the authority announced that LD&D Australia and 7-Eleven Stores are conducting a recall of their milk products due to E Coli contamination.

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LD&D Australia’s Dairy Farmers Full Cream Milk 1 Litre with a use-by date of 25 February and Dairy Farmers Full Cream Milk 3 Litre, Use By 24 February have been available for sale at Coles, Woolworths, IGA’s and various independent stores in NSW.

LD&D Australia said it had not received any consumer complaints regarding the products.

7-Eleven Stores’ Full Cream Milk 2 Litre with a use-by date of 24 February has been available for sale at its stores located in NSW and the ACT.