Heinz baby food recalled for packaging defect worries
Recall triggered by consumer complaint
Heinz Canada has voluntary recalled some of its baby food following concerns a potential packaging defect might have spoiled the food.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the recall on Sunday.
The nationally-distributed flavours include:
- Peas zucchini spinach
- Sweet baby vegetables
- Beef bolognese with vegetables
- Beef butternut squash rice spinach
- Tuna sweet corn chowder
- Butternut squash apricot peas couscous
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the recall was triggered by a consumer complaint.
Health Canada says the health risks of eating the food are considered very low to remote. However, the agency says anyone who has the food at home shouldn't eat it.
If it's accidentally consumed, watch for symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea and an upset stomach.
So far there have been no reported illnesses.