CFIA re­calls breaded chicken prod­ucts

Cape Breton Post - - Advice/Games -

OT­TAWA - Fed­eral health of­fi­cials say Maple Leaf Foods Inc. (TSX:MFI) is re­call­ing var­i­ous breaded chicken prod­ucts be­cause they may con­tain a toxin pro­duced by Sta­phy­lo­coc­cus bac­te­ria.

The Cana­dian Food In­spec­tion Agency says the af­fected prod­ucts, which were sold in On­tario and Que­bec, in­clude Maple Leaf brand Chicken Breast Strips in 840 gram pack­ages with a best-be­fore date of April 20, 2018. Chicken burg­ers un­der the Sufra Halal and Mina Halal brand names in 828 gram pack­ages are also be­ing re­called.

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