CANADA: CFIA warn of potential Chloramphenicol in certain foods
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning consumers not to consume certain food products which may contain Chloramphenicol. These products have been manufactured using honey imported from China found to contain Chloramphenicol. The affected products are sold without labels or with labels under various brand names and consumers who have purchased unlabelled products should verify with their retailer whether they are affected by this alert.
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