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More peanut products recalled

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added 41 imported products and one made in Canada to its list of foods to be avoided because they may be contaminated with salmonella from peanuts.

U.S. regulators have recalled hundreds of products containing peanuts supplied by Peanut Corp. of America, and the Canadian agency has recalled about 180, including nearly 40 made in Canada. The rest are imported.

The Feb. 5 recall includes Avondale Dairy Bars' 500-gram Premium ice-cream sandwiches, produced in Canada.

The imports include some products carrying the Break-a-way, BioX, Genisoy, MLO and Supreme Protein brand names.

Recall notice Feb. 5

Complete list of CFIA peanut-related recalls