CFIA adds 3 products to peanut recall list
- February 13, 2009 10:45 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added three products made in the United States to the list of hundreds of foods that may be contaminated with salmonella from peanuts.
Consumers should not eat Titan brand six-layer chocolate peanut butter crunch bars, in the 25-gram, 80 gram and packs of six 80-gram bars.
All contain peanut butter paste or parts of the nuts from Peanut Corp. of America.
There have been no confirmed illnesses in Canada from eating tainted products, but they are suspected in eight U.S. deaths, and hundreds of people have fallen ill.
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