Police said, following an extensive investigation, officers arrested a 50-year-old woman this afternoon.
She faces jail for up to 10 years if found guilty after the conservative government toughened sentencing in a bid to contain the crisis.
Authorities are also expected to claim that Trinh had aired her workplace grievances to colleagues, before allegedly spiking the berries as an act of revenge against her employer.
In a statement, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk: "Whoever is behind this is not just putting families at risk across Queensland and the rest of Australia - they are putting an entire industry at risk". The investigation is ongoing, police said.
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Queensland Police coordinated a national investigation with multiple government, law enforcement and intelligence agencies and setup a dedicated taskforce to identify and locate the person responsible for the contamination.
Mr Wacker said items seized in Victoria had played an important role.
Sixty-eight strawberry brands were affected, including 49 in Queensland.
An Australian woman was arrested over the weekend after a two-month investigation into needles hidden in strawberries that sparked contamination fears in the region.
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The incidents led to a deep panic in Australian society, and laws are now being rushed through parliament to increase the possible punishments for food contamination.
Her alleged crimes came at the height of the strawberry contamination crisis that rocked Australia earlier this year.
The state government has previously revealed more than half the $1 million it put forward in response to the saga will be spent on an advertising campaign, with $250,000 allocated for safeguarding supply chain integrity.
Strawberry growers welcomed the charges but blamed social media for the crisis. In total, coops dealt with around 100 reports of needles inside berries, but many were suspected to be copycats incidents or hoaxes carried out by idiots hoping for a bit of viral social media fame. There were also isolated cases of metal found in a banana, an apple and a mango, with the government saying numerous cases were thought to be "copycat" or hoaxes.
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