CANADA: CFIA warns that Gefilte fish may contain dangerous bacteria
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume gefilte fish sold at Sobey's retail store located at 441 Clark Ave. West, Toronto, Ontario, because these products may contain the bacteria responsible for botulism. The affected products are sold in an aluminium foil tray enclosed in a rectangular box bearing a Hebrew label and an English ingredient list. All product codes are affected by this alert.
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