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New Zealand recalls dairy products over botulism fears

4 August 2013 Last updated at 14:07 BST

New Zealand has triggered a global recall of some of its milk products after a contamination scare.

The dairy giant Fonterra says traces of a bacteria that can cause botulism were found in an ingredient used for making milk powder.

China, which imports nearly 90% of its milk powder from New Zealand, has already ordered potentially tainted products off supermarket shelves

Rajesh Mirchandani reports.

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