The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) recalled some salmon and some goat cheese over the weekend. The Ottawa-based food safety agency said that deadly botulism was a danger for the salmon and the toxin produced by Staphylococcus bacteria for the goat cheese. House Candied and House Smoked Salmon produced under the Farquhar’s Orchards Fine Foods brand for all packed dates were recalled. Fromagerie Abbaye de Saint-Benoît-du-Lac recalled its Moutier Ripened Firm Goat Cheese from the marketplace for various best-before dates from lots numbers 140781, 140782, and 141271. More details on the salmon recall can be found here, and the
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After a routine inspection of Sunny Pine Farm by the Washington State Department of Agriculture found that pasteurization recorder charts did not prove adequate time for pasteurization, the company decided to recall its goat cheese products. The recall was issued for Organic Chevre, Organic Parsley Chive Chevre and Organic Honey Lavender Chevre sold in plastic 6-ounce tubs in the Twisp-Winthrop area of Washington State. Recalled cheese sold at retail stores and through community-supported agriculture (CSA) have an expiration date of Oct. 16. Products sold at Methow Valley Farmers Market between July 27 and Oct. 12 have also been recalled. These
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