STRAWBERRIES CONTAMINATED BY NEEDLES HAVE NOW BEEN DISCOVERED IN ALL SIX STATES
* Berry Obsession, Berry Licious and Donnybrook Berries have recalled their strawberries nationwide.
* Health authorities across the country are urging people to cut up strawberries before eating them.
* Original source of the scare with strawberries from a Sunshine Coast grower being pulled from shelves last week after two separate reports of needles being discovered inside berries.
* Multiple reports are under investigation by Queensland health of people discovering needles in strawberries in the past two weeks.
* Queensland government has offered $1 million to help farmers struggling due to the scare.
* A $100,000 reward has been offered leading to the discovery of the culprit or culprits.
* A woman received a warning by police after being caught sticking a needle into a banana at a shop in Mackay.
* NSW Police have received reports of contaminated strawberries purchased at supermarkets at Tweed Heads, Taree, and Wingham.
* NSW Police on Tuesday confirmed needles had been found in an apple and a banana purchased from separate Sydney stores.
* Contaminated strawberries have been reported four times in Western Australia, including three reports from Perth.
* A woman reported on social media she’d found a needle in a punnet of strawberries she bought from a Hobart supermarket on the weekend.
* Two contaminated punnets of Western Australian-grown Mal’s Black Label strawberries have been found in towns outside Adelaide.
* Two contaminated punnets reportedly located in regional Victoria as part of original investigation. No further reports since.