L’Arôme du blé Recalls Products

HACCPCanada Certification - Be Informed

Warning not to eat cooked meals

Quebec, June 20, 2013 – MAPAQ, in collaboration L’Arôme du blé (The Aroma of Wheat), located at 1021, rang St-Pierre, Saint-Zephirin de Courval, is warning the public not to consume the following products, as these foods have not been prepared to ensure safety.

Name of product

SPAGHETTI SAUCE
BAKED BEANS
VEGETABLE SOUP
PEA SOUP
LASAGNA

The products that are the subject of this warning were sold refrigerated. They have no label and were sold until June 19, 2013 inclusive at the facility mentioned above. Lasagna may also have been sold frozen.

The company is voluntarily recalling the products and has agreed with MAPAQ to disseminate this warning as a precaution. It should be noted that no cases of illness associated with the consumption of these foods have been reported so far.

People who have any of these products in their possession are advised not to eat it and return it to the institution where they bought it. Although the products listed do not show signs of tampering or suspicious smell, consume can be a health risk.

HACCPCanada advocates and mandates HACCP System Certification; with an emphasis on providing Food Safety Confidence to the Consumer. We are a Certifying Body (an independent & impartial national organization which evaluates and verifies HACCP systems) and have succeeded in furnishing an economical, effective and expedient Certification Process for the Retail Food Supply Chain including Non-Registered Manufacturing, Warehousing, Logistics, Restaurants and Retail Food Outlets.

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