Police said a 50-year-old woman was arrested on Sunday afternoon "following a complex... and extensive investigation" into the contamination case.
Those charges carry a maximum penalty of three years behind bars, but Queensland Police are expected to allege the contamination was aggravated, which would bump up the maximum penalty to a ten-year prison sentence.
My Ut Trinh, 50, who worked for the Berrylicious/Berry Obsession farm in Caboolture, Queensland, was denied bail at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.
But Ms Trinh's lawyer Michael Cridland said police had "not articulated" an actual alleged grievance.
Queensland Police Detective Superintendent Jon Wacker, of the Drug and Serious Crime Group, said the investigation had been unprecedented.
"We reached out to our counterparts throughout Queensland and Australia, and as I said, it's 231 reports Australia-wide, so a fairly unique investigation impacting virtually every state and jurisdiction in Australia".
Forty-nine brands were Queensland-based. The scare was concentrated in Queensland state, where 77 incidents were reported, with 15 of them believed to be hoaxes or false complaints.
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The investigation was not over, with further investigative strategies being undertaken, he said.
Mr Wacker said items seized in Victoria had played an important role.
Ms Trinh, a former refugee who arrived in Australia by boat more than two decades ago, will remain in custody until her next hearing later on November 22.
It was confirmed on Saturday that a woman has been arrested in connection with the contamination.
An Australian woman charged with placing needles in strawberries, triggering a nationwide food tampering crisis, has been refused bail.
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. By the end of the month, over 100 alleged incidents of fruit sabotaged with pins and needles had been reported.
Queensland farmers were especially hard hit by the crisis, with some 150 growers responsible for the majority of Australia's winter season strawberry supply, which runs from May to October.