Co-op Product Recall for Canada December 2014
PRODUCT BEING RECALLED
- Superior Ceramic Baking Dish with Silicone Handles and Glass lid
REASON FOR RECALL
- The plastic screw that is used to attach the knob on the lid to the clear glass can melt. In turn it could cause the lid handle to break free. If contents are hot when this occurs a serious burn hazard can ensue.
- UPC NUMBER UPC of 77144853159
- he white ceramic baking dish has red silicone handles and a clear glass lid with a white lid knob. The baking dish measures 42.5 centimetres in length by 28 centimetres in width by 11 centimetres in height
- Please note that ONLY the dishes with the clear lid are being recalled. All other products from this brand is safe.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW AS PURCHASED THE RECALLED ITEM BE SURE TO RETURN TO YOUR LOCAL CO-OP STORE FOR A FULL REFUND.
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Another urgent recall today was issued by The Canadian Food inspection Agency.
This time Co-op and Market Town bakery breads are being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination.
The recalled products are as followed:
- Co-op brand Califorina bread with a best before date of March 23, 2014 ~ UPC 0 057316 130112
- Co-op brand Garlic/Cheese bread 250g with a best before date of march 23, 2014 ~ UPC 0 057316 073969
- Co-op brand Garlic/Cheese bread 2 pack 450g, with a best before date of march 23, 2014 ~ UPC 0 057316 146847
- Market Town Pizza Bread 425g, with a best before date of March 23, 2014 ~ UPC 0 057316 040305
The recalled products we sold in the following Canadian provinces:
- British Columbia
What to do if you have the affected product in your home
If you have any of the products listed, you are being asked to either throw it out, or return it to the story it was purchased at.
What is Listeria Monocytogenes
Listeria monocytogenes does not affect the appearance, smell or taste of they food contaminates, but can make you very sick, and my even cause death in some cases.
Listeria Monocytogenes Symptoms
- persistent fever
- muscle aches
- severe headache
- neck stiffness
Women who are pregnant, the elderly and those with weakened immune systems are at a much higher risk of serious complications. Infected women who are pregnant may experience mild, flu-like symptoms, however the infection may lead to premature delivery, infection of the newborn or even miscarriages and stillbirths. In severe cases, people may die.
View more detail on this and other product recalls on The Canadian Food Inspection Agency website here