August 18, 2019

In Canada, Scotian Gold Apple Slices Recalled for Listeria

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Scotian Gold Co-operative Limited are recalling Scotian Gold brand apple slices that used apples sourced from the U.S. that are recalled for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. There is an outbreak in Canada and the United States linked to apples packed by Bidart Brothers. In the U.S., 32 people are sick; 2 people are sick in Canada. No illnesses have been associated with the consumption of these specific products.

The recalled products are Scotian Gold Tart Apple Slices in 300 gram packages, with best before 14DE22 to 15JA23 and UPC number 0 61430 00301 6. Also recalled are Scotian Gold Apple Snacks to Go! – Sliced Apples – Tart! in 454 gram packages with best before 14DE18 to 15JA26 and UPC number 0 61430 22454 1. Finally, Scotian Gold Apple Slices & Caramel Dip in 907 gram packages is recalled, with best before 14DE18 to 15JA26 and UPC number 0 61430 00907 0. You can see pictures of the recalled product labels at the CFIA site.

If you purchased these products, do not eat them. Discard in a double bag or return to the place of purchase for a refund, then clean out your fridge with a mild bleach solution. If you ate these products, watch yourself for the symptoms of listeriosis for the next 70 days. If you do get sick, see your doctor.

Scotian Gold Apple Slices Listeria Recall

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