Peach Recall Announced Due to Salmonella Concerns


TORONTO — The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a public-health notice for an outbreak of Salmonella linked to peaches from the United States. This follows a consumer advisory from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).

The outbreak has been linked to peaches from Prima Wawona, sold from June 1, 2020 to Aug. 22, 2020 in Canada. These peaches include yellow, white and organic peaches and were sold under various brand names:

• Extrafresh
• Harvest Sweet
• Prima
• Sweet 2 Eat
• Sweet O
• Sweet Value
• Wawona
• Wegmans

Canadians are advised not to eat the recalled products. Retailers and foodservice businesses are advised not to serve, use, or sell the recalled products.

Peaches grown in Canada are not affected by this advice.

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