Tahini and trampolines among the recalls this week in Mississauga and Brampton
A possible Salmonella contamination has led to Al-Rabih brand tahini being recalled, Health Canada says.
Phoenicia Group Inc. has recalled the affected product after Salmonella was discovered in Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) test results. The product was sold in 454-gram containers with the UPC 7 70338 10053 5, and a best-before date of Oct. 19, 2022.
The company says the tahini has been sold in Ontario and Quebec. It might have been distributed in other provinces or territories. The CFIA says there have been no reports of illness associated with the product.
The CFIA is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to the recall of other products.
Health Canada has also issued a recall of a LBLA Kids 55” Trampoline that has been associated with falls and at least two injuries. The welds on the support frame of the trampoline may fail. Consumers should immediately take the recalled trampoline away from children and contact their municipality for instructions on how to dispose of or recycle the product.
The trampoline is available in a green colour and may be identified by the Amazon ASIN number B085VM6W27. Over 1,450 units of the trampoline were sold in Canada over the past year.
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