CFIA recalls more foods containing pistachios

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is updating its warning not to eat red pistachios produced by the Setton Pistachio subsidiary of California’s Terra Bella Inc.

The agency previously said the food is contained in products sold in Saskatchewan, including bulk pistachios and nuts in various gift trays sold at Spunky’s Nuttery Bar in Regina.

The update also warns about products containing pistachios sold in various locations in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Barrhead and other communities in Alberta and Manitoba.

The CFIA has identified pistachios sold between Nov. 17, 2008, and April 16, 2009.

No reported illnesses have been associated with the consumption of these products.

Recall notice