Gourmet cocoa mix recalled over possible salmonella contamination
- July 9, 2009 11:15 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public not to drink Gourmet Hot Cocoa Mix and Gourmet Hot Chocolate because they may be contaminated with salmonella.
They contain dry milk ingredients that have been recalled in the U.S. by Plainview Milk Products Cooperative, Plainview, Minn., due to salmonella contamination.
The following food products, manufactured in the U.S., are affected by this alert:
- Gourmet Hot Cocoa Mix sold in 284 g (10 oz) packages with a code of 09-38-26
- 311-08-45 and sold at Sweet Treats From Home, 239 Main St. Port Dover, Ontario.
- Gourmet Hot Chocolate sold in 284 g (10 oz) packages with a code of 311.08.45 and sold at The Cape Breton Fudge Co., Sidney, Nova Scotia.
- Gourmet Hot Cocoa Mix sold in 284 g (10 oz) packages with no code and sold at Cracker Creek, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.
There have been no reported illnesses in Canada associated with the consumption of these products.
- Seymour Custom Solvent recalled over labelling
- Health Canada has recalled 16,000 Seymour Custom Solvent Blend and Water Blend aerosol products because they do not meet mandatory warning labelling requirements.... Continue reading this post
- Kids eyeglass cases recalled because of lead levels
- About 1,500 childrens' eyeglass cases have been recalled because paint on the cases contains lead levels in excess of federal standards.... Continue reading this post