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Suraj Brand Garlic Powder Recalled from Canadian Stores for Salmonella Contamination

Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling Suraj brand Garlic Powder from Canadian stores nationwide due to possible Salmonella contamination. The recalled product was sold in 400-gram containers with a UPC code of 0 57197 37238 0 and a Best-Before date of “2015 AL 22.” The recall was triggered by Canadian Food Inspection Agency test results. CFIA is conducting a food safety investigation,… Continue Reading

Five E. coli Cases Linked to Recalled Canadian Burgers

Burgers that were recalled in Canada last week for potential E. coli contamination have now been linked to five illnesses, reported health officials Monday. The same strain of E. coli O157:H that was isolated from five patients in Alberta and Ontario was also found in Butcher’s Choice brand Garlic Peppercorn beef burgers, according to the… Continue Reading

E. coli Found in More Canadian Beef

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced two more recalls of beef products – one expanded and one new –  for potential E. coli contamination this weekend. The first, issued Friday, was an expansion of two earlier recalls of beef burgers manufactured by Loblaw Companies Ltd. The company recalled certain lots of its Butcher’s Choice brand… Continue Reading

More Canadian Beef Recalled for E. coli Risk

The Canadian company that recalled its garlic peppercorn burgers for potential E. coli contamination Thursday expanded the recall Friday to include its hickory barbecue variety. Both products may be linked to illnesses, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Loblaw Companies Ltd. of Brampton, Ontario is voluntarily recalling two types of its Hickory Barbecue Beef… Continue Reading