Cargill Meat Solutions (Est. 700) is recalling Your Fresh Market brand ground beef products from the marketplace due to possible E. coli O157 contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.
For full details please view the Canada Food Inspection Agency alert post.
McCain brand hashbrowns in the 900 gram size have been recalled due to possible plastic contamination. Read more about it on the Canada Food Inspection Agency website.
McCain Foods (Canada) is voluntarily recalling McCain brand Onion Rings from the marketplace due to possible glass contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products. More details are available on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency website.
Have you travelled in West Africa lately? If so, you should be mindful of ebola. If you feel sick and were in Africa in the last 21 days please call a healthcare provider as soon as possible.
Industry is recalling Sweet 2 Eat brand fresh, whole peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. These products were recalled by Wawona Packing Company of California. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.
Note that retail cartons may show the following brand names: Wawona, Sweet 2 Eat or Harvest Sweet. Stickers on individual fruit have the Sweet 2 Eat brand name.
For full details please visit the Canada Food Inspection Agency story.
Ottawa, July 11, 2014 – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), Walmart Canada Corporation and Mead Johnson Nutrition (Canada) Company are advising the public that some bottles of Enfamil A+ Ready-to-Feed Infant Formula have been found with the tamper-proof seal broken and blue tape applied in its place. These bottles were found to contain water and some formula residue instead of infant formula.
The issue was initially discovered in Ontario. Consumers using infant formulas should examine the containers to ensure that the security seal is intact and has not been altered.
For full information please visit the Canadian Food Inspection Agency website.