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A woman accused of sparking a national food safety panic when needles were found inside strawberries has had all charges against her dropped.

Former strawberry farm supervisor My Ut Trinh, 51, was due to stand trial charged with food contamination offencesThe strategy to target virus hot spots starts to bear fruit in four-to-six weeks.

However, the start of the Brisbane District Court trial was delayed after two days of legal argument and Ms Trinh was told on Wednesday that prosecutors had dropped all chargesThe 53 areas o.

“The prosecution have indicated that they will no longer proceed against you with these chargessome nurses in Japan are incensed at a request from Tokyo Olympic organizers to have 500 of them dispatched to help out wit,” Justice Michael Byrne said.

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