A Thrifty Foods Store in British Columbia sold barbecue chicken and pot pies on Nov. 1 that were possibility contaminated with an unknown chemical.
Since Nov. 2, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has been warning the public not to consume the products, which include:
- Thrifty Foods Barbecue whole chicken.
- Thrifty Foods Barbecue chicken breast.
- Thrifty Foods Barbecue chicken leg.
- Thrifty Foods Pre-cooked, hot chicken pot pies.
- Thrifty Foods Pre-cooked, hot broccoli pot pies
No illnesses have yet been associated with the recalled products, which all carry best before dates of Nov. 2, 2010.
The chicken and pot pies were all sold at the Thrifty Foods store in Tsawwassen, BC, which near Point Roberts, WA.© Food Safety News