Some Plaisirs Gastronomiques brand sandwiches may contain listeria: CFIA
- October 21, 2008 12:15 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public not to eat certain Plaisirs Gastronomiques brand sandwiches because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The sandwiches were distributed in Quebec. There have been no reported illnesses, the CFIA said Monday.
The following sandwiches are included in the warning:
- Bistro Fresh Submarine Roastbeef & Monterey Jack, sold in 255 g packages with a UPC code of 6 23798 00533 2 and a best-before date up to and including 2008 OC 26.
- Pita Roastbeef Monterey Jack sold in 250 g packages with a UPC code of 6 23798 00543 1 and a best-before date up to and including 2008 OC 26.
- Sandwich Beef Garlic & Chili on Flax Bread sold in 180 g packages with a UPC code of 6 23798 00562 2 and a best-before date up to and including 2008 OC 26.
The manufacturer, Plaisirs Gastronomiques Inc. of Boisbriand, Que., has removed the sandwiches from the marketplace.
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