Boulangerie St Donat Recalls Old Fashioned Pies

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Recall 2509 – Class 1

Poossible presence of rubber particles in a bakery product

Quebec, August 2, 2013 – MAPAQ, in collaboration with the company operating under the name Boulangerie St-Donat and located at 9, chemin des Ancestors in Saint-Donat (Lanaudière) is warning the public not to consume the pie “Sugar in the old / Old-Fashioned Sugar ” this company because the food may contain particles of black rubber and pose a risk to health.

The product in question is sold unrefrigerated in a size of 600 grams, in some schools in the Saguenay and Centre-du-Québec and carries on its label marked “Boulangerie St-Donat / Bakery – Pie / Pie – Sugar to the old / Old-Fashioned Sugar. ” This notice warning applies to all units with the batch number 19813G. This number is close to the rear flap of the cardboard packaging and is printed inkjet.

The company is voluntarily recalling the product. She agreed with MAPAQ disseminate this warning as a precaution. It should be noted that no cases of illness associated with the consumption of this food has been reported to date MAPAQ.

People who have this product in their possession should not consume it. They must return to the institution where they bought it for refund or discard.

Additional Information

Directorate of Food Inspection Directorate of Animal Health
and Food Inspection
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Food
Tel. : 418 727-3522

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