Canada – Notice not to consume bakery products manufactured by Boulangerie Acadia

MAPAQ

MEDITERRANEAN BISCOTES ANIS (CNW Group / Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food)

WARNING TO THE POPULATION

QUEBEC, June 28, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ), in collaboration with the Food Inspection Division of the City of Montreal and the Boulangerie company Acadia, located at 8989, boulevard Henri-Bourassa, in Montreal, is warning the public not to consume the products indicated in the table below, as they have not been prepared and packaged in such a way as to ensure their safety.

Product name

Format

Expiration date

“BRIOCHES WITH DATES”

600 g

Best before

07/06/21 and earlier date

“GRAPE BRIOCHES”

450 g

“MEDITERRANEAN BISCOTTES”

400 g

“MEDITERRANEAN BISCOTTES ANISE”

400 g

“ANISE COOKIES”

410 g

“COCONUT BISCUITS”

400 g

The products that are the subject of this warning were offered for sale in several establishments in the Montreal and Laval regions . They were offered at room temperature. The product label includes, in addition to their name, the words “Acadia”.

The operator is voluntarily recalling the products in question. He agreed with the MAPAQ and the Food Inspection Division of the City of Montreal to disseminate this warning as a precautionary measure. In addition, people who have any of these products in their possession are advised not to consume it. They must return it to the establishment where they bought it or throw it away. Although the affected products do not show any signs of spoilage or a suspicious odor, their consumption may represent a health risk. It should be noted that no case of illness associated with the consumption of these foods has been reported to MAPAQ so far.

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