Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

The manufacturer, Ippolito Fruit and Produce Ltd. (Burlington, Ontario, Canada), is warning the public not to consume the Frisco’s, Queen Victoria and Metro brands spinach described below because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.

Brand Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC
Frisco’s 284 g Lot Code/Best Before
2 D66258/2013 SE 30
0 33383 65201 6
Frisco’s 170 g Lot Code/Best Before
2 D66258
0 33383 45041 4
Queen Victoria 227 g Lot Code/Best Before
2 D66258/2013 SE 30
0 60556 00227 9
Metro 171 g Lot Code/Best Before
2 D66258/2013 SE 30
0 59749 89955 0

Regarding Ippolito Fruit and Produce Ltd.’s voluntary recall of the affected products above, the details are as follows.

Read more of Health Hazard Alert: Certain Frisco’s, Queen Victoria and Metro Brands of Spinach are Recalled

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

This is an update to the following previous blogs:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume certain Tahini (a.k.a. Tahina) products from the following companies because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.

Read more of Health Hazard Alert/Update: Recalled Tahina Products Made in Canada by Different Companies

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Diwa Products Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is warning the public not to consume Diwa brand Grated Coconut described below because it may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.

Read more of Health Hazard Alert: Diwa Brand Frozen Grated Coconut is Recalled

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

This is an update to the following previous blogs:

Regarding the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) ongoing food safety investigation, the recall update now includes the following additional Tahina product of the brand name Clic.

  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume the Clic brand Tahina described below because it may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.

Read more of Health Hazard Update: Fourth List of Recalled Tahina – Certain Clic Brand

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality, Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

This is an update to the following blogs:

The importer, Clic International Inc. (Laval, Quebec, Canada), is warning the public not to consume the following additional Clic brand and Al Nakhil brand Sesame Paste Tahina products because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.
Read more of Health Hazard Update: Third List of Recalled Tahina

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

This is an update to my previous blog Health Hazard Alert: Certain Clic Brand Sesame Paste Tahina Recalled .

  • The importer is Clic International Inc. (Laval, Quebec, Canada).
  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume the following Clic brand Sesame Paste Tahina because it may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.
Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC
Clic Sesame Paste Tahina 454 g Lot Code – LOT # 1432/12 0 58504 74097 7

Regarding the recall of the above product, the details are as follows.

Read more of Health Hazard Alert-Update: Second List of Recalled Clic Brand Tahina

Above, CFIA's Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Above, CFIA’s Electron Microscope Image of Salmonella bacteria. (In reality Salmonella is not pink; the pink colour is added as visual aid.)

Shah Brothers Imports (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) is warning the public not to consume the Shabros brand Coriander Cumin Powders described below because they may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria.

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC
Shabros Coriander Cumin Powder 170 g Batch # 407 0 59011 00910 6
Shabros Coriander Cumin Powder 340 g Batch # 407 0 59011 00898 7

Regarding Shah Brothers Imports’ voluntary recall of the above products, the details are as follows:

Read more of Health Hazard Alert: Certain Shabros Brand Coriander Cumin Powder Recalled