Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today announced the recall of several milk products sold at Coles, Coles Express, Woolworths, IGA and other retailers across Victoria and Southern New South Wales, including the Murray, Riverina and Western districts.

The recall affects milk, all with a use-by date of July 2, produced by Lactalis Australia and Coles Supermarkets. The producers believe the milk may be affected by microbial (E.coli) contamination, which can cause illness if consumed.

The list of possibly contaminated products includes:

7-Eleven Lite Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Gippy Full Cream Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Gippy Lite Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Maxi Foods Lite Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Pauls Professional Cafe Crema Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Pauls Smarter White 2% Fat Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Rev Low Fat Milk 2L Bottle (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Rev Low Fat Milk 1L Carton (use by date: 2 July 2019)
Coles Fresh Full Cream Milk 2 Litres (use by date: 2 July 2019)

At the time of publication, the recall on Coles Fresh Full Cream Milk 2 Litres only affects products sold at some Coles Express sites, and not those purchased at Coles Supermarkets.

This is Lactalis Australia's second recall this month; it recalled eight milk brands on June 14.

FSANZ advises members of the public to return the affected products to the place of purchase for a full refund. Anyone concerned about their health is advised to seek medical advice.

For more information, contact the FSANZ customer service team on 1800 676 961, or head online.

This article was updated at 7.30pm on June 20 to update the location of the affected Coles Fresh Full Cream Milk 2 Litres product.