Aliments Trigone Inc. Recalls Wheat & Rice Flour

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Notification – Certain flours from Aliments Trigone Inc. are recalled

Recall / advisory date:
April 30, 2013
Reason for recall / advisory:
Other
Hazard classification:
Class 3
Company / Firm:
Aliments Trigone Inc.
Distribution:
Quebec
Extent of the distribution:
Hotel/Restaurant/Institutional, Retail
Reference number:
7965

Affected products

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall
Aliments Trigone Organic long brown rice flour 20 kg 070602, 071602 0 56142 00763 6 Other
Cuisine Soleil All purpose mix flour kg Best before SE 2014
Lot: 13064631
8 51424 00012 7 Other
Cuisine Soleil Brown rice flour kg Best before SE 2014
Lot: 13087602
8 51424 00006 6 Other
Cuisine Soleil Organic all purpose mix flour C.S. 20 kg 059631 56142 00807 Other

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Maître Saladier, S.E.C. Recalls St. Hubert Pork Back Ribs

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Notification – Bone fragments in certain St-Hubert brand pork back ribs

Recall / advisory date:
May 10, 2013
Reason for recall / advisory:
Extraneous Material
Hazard classification:
Class 2
Company / Firm:
Maître Saladier, S.E.C.
Distribution:
Quebec
Extent of the distribution:
Retail
Reference number:
7961

Affected products

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall Additional Info
St-Hubert Pork back ribs – fully cooked and seasoned 680g 03813, 03913 0 66701 00707 6 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Other Class 2
St-Hubert Pork back ribs – fully cooked and seasoned 680g 11712, 11812, 12112, 12212, 12512, 12812, 12912, 13012, 13512, 13612, 13712, 13812, 13912, 14012, 14412, 14512, 14912, 15012, 15112, 15212, 15312, 15612, 15812, 15912, 16012, 16312, 16412, 16712, 17012, 17112, 17212, 17312, 17412, 17812, 17912, 18012, 18112, 18412, 18612, 19112, 19212, 19312, 19412, 19512, 19812, 19912, 20012, 20112, 20512, 20612, 20712, 20812, 20912, 01113, 01413, 01513, 01613, 01713, 01813, 01913, 02213, 02313, 02413, 02513, 02813, 02913, 03013, 03113, 03213, 03513, 03613, 03713, 04213, 04313, 04413, 04513 0 66701 00707 6 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Other Class 3

HACCPCanada advocates and mandates HACCP System Certification; with an emphasis on providing Food Safety Confidence to the Consumer. We are a Third-Party Auditor and 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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Pense`e Sante` Carob Recalled for Salmonella

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2451-Class 2 recall

Warning not eat crunchy carob brand Pense`e Sante`

Quebec, March 26, 2013 – The MAPAQ, in collaboration with Pense`e Sante` located at  20A, Route 271, St-Ephrem , is warning the public not to consume crunchy carob manufactured by this company because the product contains YUM peanut butter which is the subject of a consumer advisory from the Canadian Food Inspection because of possible contamination by bacteria Salmonella or other harmful bacteria.

This notice applies to all units of the products with an expiry date located between 28 April 2013 and 27 May 2013 inclusive . The product comes in a size of 280 grams, bears on its label: “MIND HEALTH TO CRUNCHY CAROB.”

The company is voluntarily recalling the product 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 this food has not been reported to MAPAQ.

People who have this product in their possession are advised not to consume. They must either return it to the institution where they bought it or throw it away.

 

CONSUMERS CONSUME …NOT ASSUME!

The day has arrived, when no one, anywhere should Assume…

[uh-soom] Show PA verb, as·sumed, as·sum·ing. verb (used with object)to take for granted or without proof!

When it comes to food safety, “assuming” can kill you! Consumers in the past have been raised with the mindset that it is safe to assume that everyone, everywhere is doing everything they can to make our food safe, mostly because they were! However, consumers are learning that this is an old truth. The world has changed in such a way that it has affected the faith and confidence in the means by which our food is imported from around the world to how it is served on our dinner plates.

We are discovering that less than 2% of Canadian food is inspected at our borders. Which would be perfectly fine, if everywhere around the world had excellent, high standards for food safety, but they do not! Food arrives, is distributed into warehouses, travels to our grocery stores or restaurants and is on our plates before day’s end.

The global and domestic production, distribution, and preparation of our food is a massive undertaking. The food chain has multiple critical steps, passing through countless government agencies, organizations, companies, and peoples. An informed consumer grasps the folly to trust and assume, without documented, verified proof that each and every step is handled with the utmost care and consideration for safe consumption.

Our assumption days are done. Consumers across our land are beginning to comprehend, realize and expect confirmation, substantiation, verification, and evidence that our food producers, distributors and handlers are really doing what they say they’re doing in protecting and providing uncontaminated food.

Retail food outlets, from grocery stores to street vendors, must take heed, not to make the fruitless assumption that their customers will continue to blindly trust them and take their word that the food is safe to eat. Meanwhile, daily reports of food-borne illness outbreaks and food recalls have begun the undermining of the general populace’s confidence and assurance.

We have the Power, Intellect and Technology to achieve the transition from “assuming” to “assuring”. The power and voice of the consumer is still viable in this world today…united together to demand proof through every means possible, including the universal benchmark of certification, will go a long way in establishing a new era for the food safe culture. Intellect is our weapon against presumption, to plan and work toward averting potential disasters by empowering third party, arm’s length governing bodies to oversee the safe principles and practices for food safety. And technology is allowing for quicker and more convenient ways to communicate, and monitor the ongoing day to day details of the process of safe food production.

As another new day begins, and the confidence builds, consumers everywhere can sit down, this evening to a plateful of food and enjoy their contribution to the overall food safety conscience by simply not assuming it is safe. 

From the desk of Skye Marie, CEO of HACCPCanada

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HACCPCanada Certifies DiLiso’s Fine Foods Ltd.

certified logo 2000x842HACCPCanada advocates and mandates HACCP System Certification with an emphasis on providing Food Safety Confidence to the Consumer.  HACCPCanada is the only domestic Canadian Certifying Body (an independent & impartial national organization which evaluates and verifies HACCP systems) and has 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.  We also provide consulting services, online training and in-house training options.

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DiLiso's Fine Foods Ltd.DiLiso’s Fine Foods Ltd. in Toronto Area has achieved HACCPCanada Certification. The ownership, management and staff have demonstrated commitment to ensuring food safety by implementing a HACCP-Based Food Safety System that meets or exceeds the requirements of the National Regulatory Authority.

DiLiso’s Fine Foods Ltd supplies markets, grocery stores, restaurants, food trucks, pop-ups, bakeries and caterers with the freshest fruits and vegetables at wholesale prices. They have access to the safest, highest quality locally grown produce during the Ontario growing season.”  

Fromagerie Bergeron Recalls Contaminated Cheese

Reference Number: 7695
Recalling Firm: FROMAGERIE BERGERON INC.
Date of Recall: 1/16/2013
Recall Classification: 2
Distribution : Quebec
Extent of the Product Distribution : Retail

Product List

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall:
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 100 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065
0 62036 10100 7 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 180 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065
0 62036 02060 5 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 230 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065
0 62036 10230 1 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 260 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065
0 62036 02065 0 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 300 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065
0 62036 10300 1 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 500 g PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0065 or 13-0066
0 62036 02050 6 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON BRINS DE GOUDA FIRM UNRIPENED CHEESE 2.5 kg PKGD ON 2013 JA 14
BEST BEFORE 2013 JA 29
LOT 13-0066
Aucun / None Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON LE POPULAIRE UNRIPENED FIRM CHEESE 335 g DATE OF PREPARATION 2013JA14
BEST BEFORE 2013AL14
LOT 13-65 or 13-66
0 62036 20335 0 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON LE POPULAIRE UNRIPENED FIRM CHEESE 675 g DATE OF PREPARATION 2013JA14
BEST BEFORE 2013AL14
LOT 13-65
0 62036 00745 3 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal
FROMAGERIE BERGERON LE POPULAIRE UNRIPENED FIRM CHEESE 2.2 (Variable weight) kg 13JA1465 DATE FABRICATION
13AL14
226432 902532 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal

Indigo Books & Music Recalls Cocoa Cones

Reference Number: 7580
Recalling Firm: INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC INC.
Date of Recall: 11/19/2012
Recall Classification: 3
Distribution : National
Extent of the Product Distribution : Retail

Product List

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall:
COCOA CONES WHITE CONFECTIONERY DROP COCOA CONE 178g Best If Used By August 2013 8 98137 00388 5 Extraneous Material – Non-Harmful – Other
COCOA CONES WHITE CONFECTIONERY CHOCOLATE FLAVORED CHIP COCOA CONE 178g Best If Used By August 2013 8 98137 00200 0 Extraneous Material – Non-Harmful – Insect

 

Greek Diamond International Recalls Dressing

Reference Number: 7467
Recalling Firm: GREEK DIAMOND INTERNATIONAL
Date of Recall: 10/9/2012
Recall Classification: 2
Distribution : Quebec
Extent of the Product Distribution : Retail

Product List

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall:
GREEK DIAMOND GREEK HONEY WILD FLOWER HONEY 1 kg LOT: 08112
BB/MA: 21/03/2014
6 27763 10033 6 Chemical – Drug Residues

 

Phoenicia Recalls Wildflower Honey

Reference Number: 7440
Recalling Firm: GROUPE PHOENICIA INC.
Date of Recall: 9/21/2012
Recall Classification: 3
Distribution : National
Extent of the Product Distribution : Retail

 

Product List

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall:
PHOENICIA WILDFLOWER HONEY GRADE NO. 1 AMBER 500 g 3421 E12-2014 7 70338 19108 3 Chemical – Drug Residues
PHOENICIA WILDFLOWER HONEY GRADE NO. 1 AMBER 1 kg 0302 EX01-2015 7 70338 19111 3 Chemical – Drug Residues

 

T. Lauzon Lte’e Recalls Ground Beef

 

Reference Number: 7394
Recalling Firm: T. LAUZON LTÉE
Date of Recall: 9/6/2012
Recall Classification: 2
Distribution : Quebec
Extent of the Product Distribution : Hotel/Restaurant/Institutional

Product List

Brand Name Common Name Size Codes(s) on Product UPC Reason for Recall:
T. LAUZON LTÉE MEDIUM GROUND BEEF 2 x 2.5 kg 33318
23/08/12
000005739 Extraneous Material – Harmful – Metal