liver pate recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Hausmacher liver pâté from Webbers Food was sold in unlabelled glass jars from Nov. 13 to Dec. 5. (CFIA)

A Nova Scotia company has recalled some liver pâté because it may contain a bacterium that causes botulism. 

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Hausmacher liver pâté from Webbers Food was sold in unlabelled glass jars from Nov. 13 to Dec. 5.

The pâté was sold at just two stores: Hammonds Plains Farmers' Market in Hammonds Plains and the Lunenburg Farmers' Market in Lunenburg.

The agency says consumers who have the product should throw it out.