CANADA: CFIA says Vadical Quick Treat canned vegetables may contain dangerous bacteria
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Golden Boy Foods Inc. are warning the public not to consume seven varieties of Vadilal Quick Treat brand canned vegetables because these products may contain the bacteria responsible for botulism, a foodborne illness in humans. The following Vadilal Quick Treat brand canned vegetables sold in 400g cans, bearing a Best Before date of Dec 2003, are affected by this alert.
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