Drinks, cheese, children’s toy and garage door panel recalled in Mississauga and Brampton
Published February 12, 2023 at 11:54 am
Multiple food items and other products have been recalled from retailers in Ontario, including stores in Mississauga and Brampton, due to potential health and safety risks.
See below the list of the individual recalled items:
Le Fromage au Village brand le Cru du Clocher
Risk: The product is contaminated with the microbial Listeria. It may not look or smell spoiled but can make you sick if consumed. Symptoms include vomiting, nausea, fever, neck stiffness, and severe headaches. Those who are elderly, pregnant, or have weak immune systems are at risk the most.
What you should do: Check to see if you have the recalled product and throw it out. If you have fallen sick after consuming the product, contact your healthcare provider immediately.
MacMillan’s Specialty Foods brand McCain 3/8″ Staycrisp Straight Cut Fries
Risk: The product may contain gluten and wheat which are not declared on the label. Anyone who has a celiac disease or gluten-related disorders could have a serious or life-threatening reaction.
What you should do: The recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the location where they were purchased.
Sherbon brand Falooda Mango drink
Risk: The product contains milk and was not declared on the label. If consumed it can affect anyone allergic or sensitive and may cause a serious or life-threatening reaction.
What you should do: The recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store.
LiftMaster garage door control panels
Below are the model numbers of the recalled item. The impacted control panels were sold between March 2022 and October 2022:
Risk: Malfunction of the panel can cause an entrapment hazard and lead to potential injury.
What you should do: Product users should contact Chamberlain Group to receive a replacement control panel.
Skip Hop Silver Lining Activity Gym
The soft playmat for infants features five hanging toys. The raindrop toy component in the shape of a cloud with three plush raindrops attached via ribbon is being recalled.
Risk: Children may put the product in their mouths which may pose a potential choking hazard.
What you should do: immediately remove the raindrops from the toy by cutting them off or throw the recalled component away.
As of February 2, 2023, 11 reports were received of children putting the raindrop toy component in their mouths, but resulted in no injuries.
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