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Health Hazard Alert: Certain Charcuterie Ratinaud French Cuisine Brand Confit Tomatoes are Recalled

CFIA's image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling
CFIA’s image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling

The manufacturer, Ratinaud French Cuisine (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), is warning the public not to consume certain Charcuterie Ratinaud French Cuisine brand Confit Tomatoes as described below because they may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum bacteria:

  • Toxins produced by these bacteria may cause botulism, a life-threatening illness
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Health Hazard Update: Fourth List of Recalled St. Thomas Brand Seafood Products

CFIA's image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling
CFIA’s image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling

This is an update to my previous blogs:

Regarding the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) ongoing food safety investigation and testing of seafood products from St. Thomas Fish Market Inc. (Saint-Thomas-De-Kent, New Brunswick, Canada), the recall update now includes the following fourth list of additional seafood products.

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Update: Second List of Recalled Smoked Fish Products from Hooked Stores in Toronto

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)
Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

This is an update to my previous blog Health Hazard Alert: Recalling Certain Smoked Fish Sold at Hooked Stores in Toronto.

Regarding the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) ongoing food safety investigation, the voluntary recall update now includes a second list of the following additional smoked fish products.

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Health Hazard Update: Second List of Recalled Central-Epicure Brand Fish – Gefilte Fish, Ready to Serve

CFIA's image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling
CFIA’s image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling

This is an update to my previous blog Health Hazard Alert: Certain Central-Epicure Brand Smoked Atlantic Salmon Recalled.

Regarding the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)’s ongoing food safety investigation and testing of fish from Central- Epicure Food Products Ltd., the recall update now includes a second list of the following additional fish products:

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Health Hazard Update: More St. Thomas Brand Bar Clams and Bar Clam Stew Recalled

CFIA's image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling
CFIA’s image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling

This is an update to my previous blog Health Hazard Alert: Certain St. Thomas Brand Bar Clams Recalled.

Regarding the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s ongoing food safety investigation and testing of Bar Clam products from St. Thomas Fish Market Inc. (Saint-Thomas-De-Kent, New Brunswick, Canada), the recall update now includes the following additional products.

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Health Hazard Alert: Certain St. Thomas Brand Bar Clams Recalled

CFIA's image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling
CFIA’s image: Clostridium botulinum bacteria sampling

The manufacturer – St. Thomas Fish Market Inc. (Saint-Thomas-De-Kent, New Brunswick, Canada) – is warning the public not to consume the Bar Clams described below because they may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum bacteria.

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC
St-Thomas Bar Clams sold in jars declaring a drained weight of 210 g (7.41 oz.) The affected jars also contain one of the following lot codes which is located on the cover of the jar: 03731, 03732, 03831, 03832, 03833, 03931, 03932, 05631, 05633, 05634. 0 81971 90013 1

Regarding St. Thomas Fish Market Inc.‘s voluntary recall of the above product, the details are as follows: