CANADA: CFIA warns Greek Style Pasta Salad may contain shigella bacteria
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Toronto, Ontario-based Tiffany Gate Foods are warning the public not to consume Greek Style Pasta Salad, as it may be contaminated with the bacteria Shigella sonnei. The Greek Style Pasta Salad was distributed in Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. The affected product was sold by grocery stores and cafeterias including the following: A&P, Atlantic Superstores, Barn Market, Dominion, Farrons, Fiesta Farms, Foodliner, Fortino's, IGA, Loblaws, Loeb, Sun Valley Fine Foods, Super F, Ultra-Mart, Valumart, Wright's Bros Farm Market, Your Independent Grocer, Zehr's, Ziggy's, Dine-E-Zee Hurontario, Essential Foods, Toronto, McMaster Meats and Deli, Hamilton, Open Window Health Bread, Toronto, Café 493, Toronto, St. Michael's Hospital Cafeteria, Toronto and Toronto General Hospital Cafeteria. Tiffany Gate Foods may have also distributed the affected product to other grocery stores, cafeterias and restaurants.
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