Cookie mix sole nationally by fundraisers has been combined to a list of products being removed due to probable E. coli decay in flour.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has formerly warned it is not protected to ambience or eat tender mix or beat regardless of a form of flour used since tender flour can be contaminated with bacteria.
The array of recalls began in Mar with a batch of Robin Hood flour constructed during a Saskatoon plant.
A Public Health Agency of Canada investigation found 30 illnesses from E. coli O121 in 6 provinces: 13 cases in British Columbia, 4 in Saskatchewan, 5 in Alberta, one in Ontario, one in Quebec and 5 in Newfoundland and Labrador.
- 25 illnesses in 4 provinces related to E. coli-tainted Robin Hood flour
Dark chocolate/white chocolate cube cookie mix done by In-Dey-Go Fundraising Inc. was sold nationally by several schools and fundraising organizations. It was combined to a remember on Jun 16.
The following products sole nationally were also combined to a remember this month:
- No Name Sweetened Tart Shells 570 g, Best before dates: 2017 DE 21, 2017 DE 23
- Great Value Deep Dish Pie Shells 380 g, Best before date: 2017 DE 23
- Great Value Tart Shells 570 g, Best before date: 2017 DE 22
The finish list of food equipment enclosed in a remember to date is available during a Canadian Food Inspection Agency website.
Although a bacteria may not means infested food to demeanour or smell spoiled, a CFIA says it can still make we sick.
Possible symptoms embody nausea, vomiting, amiable to serious abdominal cramps, and flowing to bloody diarrhea.