Cillian O & B; Brien, CTVNews.ca Staff
Publishes Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 11:04 AM EST
Canada's healthcare safety watchdog investigates Christmas sections in some trusted mites found on salmonella contamination risk factors.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) informed the Red Cringe commentary in some Hello Frisians and Chefs Platters, that they may have salmonella bacteria, which can cause diarrhea, fluid, abdominal cramps and fractures.
The kits were spread over Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario and Manitoba.
"Food contaminated with salmonella can not see or smell, but can still make you sick", wrote the CFIA on their website.
"Young children, heavy women, the elderly and people with poor immune system can be responsible seriously and sometimes deadly infections."
Existing products are hello-fresh coconut valley, the 902 gram and 1804 gram kits with a best time of January 29 and Chefs Plate beef chow, the 856 grams and 1712 gram words with a best day of January 19 and January 22. .
There are no reports that diseases are linked to these products, the CFA said.
CIFA advises re-launching or returning products to the store where they are purchased.
This was postponed by Hallo Fresco Canada.