The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued three recalls in recent days related to products containing meat.
Crescent brand Pastrami and Turkey Breast - Tuscan-flavoured is being recalled due to listeria monocytogenes, the agency said. Included are Crescent brand pastrami in 175 g packages containing the UPC 7 78086 00255 2 and a "best by" date code 22 OC 03; and Crescent brand Turkey Breast - Tuscan Flavoured in the 175 g packages with the UPC 7 78086 00258 3 and a "best by" date code of 22 SE 20.
These products were sold in Ontario, Canada. The recall was triggered by the company no there have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of the recalled products.
CFIA also is recalling chicken Pelmeni made by Taste of Ukraine due to the presence of milk, a potential allergen, that is not declared on the label. The products being recalled are the 625 g package with the UPC of 0 820103 300735 and date codes of 05/27/23 and 06/17/23; and the 908 g package with the UPC 0 820103 300735 and a date code of 05/27/23.
The products in this recall were sold in British Columbia.
Finally, the agency is recalling Adonis brand All Dressed Mini Pizzas and Hot Dog Rolls due to the presence of pea protein, which is a potential allergen that was not declared on the label. The products being recalled include All Dressed Mini Pizzas in the 144-count package with the product code 4010272 and "best before" dates of 22 OC 11, 22 OC 10, 22 OC 06, 22 SE 28, 22 SE 04, 22 AU 28, 22 AU 22. Also, Hot Dog Rolls in the 96-count package with the product code 4010270 and "best before" dates of 22 NO 12, 22 NO 08, 22 NO 01, 22 OC 27, 22 OC 15, 22 OC 12, 22 OC 04, 22 OC 01, 22 SE 30, 22 SE 17.
Neither product being recalled has a UPC number. The mini pizzas and hot dog rolls were sold in Ontario and Quebec.
Par: Lisa M. Keefe (16/08/2022)