OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Olymel S.E.C. have expanded a recall of potentially contaminated meat products from the Montreal-based company.
The recall, which was initially limited to Ontario and Quebec, has now been broadened to include both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The agency says the meat may be contaminated with the bacteria that causes listeriosis. Fortunately, no sicknesses have been reported in any province affected by the recall to date.
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