Health Canada Warns Of MPS Recall Of Pressurized Containers (December 5)

New Recall Issued By MPS and Health Canada

MPS Canada Corportaion recalls various Consumer chemical products in pressurized containers.

Recalled Products include;

Febreze, Air Wick and Little Tree air freshener spray missing the required hazard labelling.

Reason For Recall;

The recalled products were not destined for the Canadian marketplace and do not have mandatory hazard labelling as required by the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001 under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act. Improper labelling could result in unintentional exposure to these products and lead to serious illness, injury or death.

This recall involves only the following products without the required hazard labelling and bearing the UPC listed below:
Air WickSnuggle White Lavender226 gr0 62338 95396 0
Life Scents- Paradise Retreat175 gr0 62338 91099 4
Love175 gr0 62338 97083 1
Life Holiday Spiced Apple Crumble175 gr0 62338 93869 1
Life Scents- Trimming the Tree175 gr0 62338 96218 4
Spread the Joy Sugar Cookies175 gr0 62338 98263 2
Pumpkin Spice175 gr0 62338 96219 1
Warm Apple Crisp175 gr0 62338 96222 1
4 in 1 White Lilac + Orange Blossom226 gr0 62338 76143 5
4 in 1 Magnolia + Cherry Blossom226 gr0 62338 77897 6
4 in 1 Vanilla226 gr0 62338 05768 2
4 in 1 Hawaii226 gr0 62338 85257 7
4 in 1 Fresh Water226 gr0 62338 77002 4
Snuggle Fresh Linen226 gr0 62338 74734 7
FebrezeOcean Mist- Air effects275 gr4 015400 784555
Jolly Pine- Air effects275 gr0 37000 80581 0
Pureté de Coton275 gr4 015600 276256
Rosée du Matin300 ml4 015600 276317
Air Effects Vanilla Latte275 gr4 015600 958725
Vanille300 ml4 015600 95875 6
Sleep Serenity275 gr4 015400 784302
Thai Orchidée275 gr4 015600 341381
New Zealand275 gr4 015600 276812
Ap Fel275 gr00 1090 485410
Envolée Marine2 x 300 ml8 001090 23559 6
Montagnes de l’Himalaya300 ml4 015400 78440 1
Little Treein a can-Coconut2.5 oz0 76171 09017 1
in a can-Royal Pine2.5 oz0 76171 09001 0
in a can-Jasmin2.5 oz0 76171 09033 1
Click here for more information on this latest Canadian Recall.

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Health Canada is warning the general public of an outbreak of E.Coli infections linked to Romaine Lettuce. 

Currently, there are reported cases in Ontario, Quebec, as well as the United States. There have been 18 confirmed cases to date.

Here is what it read on Healthy Canadians website;

“Seven individuals have been hospitalized. The Public Health Agency of Canada is advising individuals in Ontario and Quebec to avoid eating romaine lettuce and salad mixes containing romaine lettuce until more is known about the outbreak andthe cause of contamination. Currently, there is no evidence to suggest that residents in other parts of Canada are affected by this outbreak.”

Click here for more information on this latest E.Coli breakout warning from Health Canada.




EpiPen Shortage For Canada

Attention those of you that may use the above product.

Health Canada is reporting the following;

shortage of EpiPen (0.3 mg) and EpiPen Jr (0.15 mg) auto-injectors, Pfizer Canada has advised Health Canada that supply of EpiPen in the 0.3 mg format is expected to be very limited at pharmacies during the month of August.

Why is there a shortage?

Ongoing delays at Pfizer’s manufacturing facility is reported to be the problem.

If you are concerned and would like to be kept up-to-date on the latest information regarding this situation please visit or contact Pfizer Canada directly for up-to-date information about the shortage and estimated re-supply dates

Click here to visit Health Canada’s website

This does not mean that the problem will be solved in the months following. A report from Globe And Mail is saying that this EpiPen shortage may even last into next year!!

Click here to read full story

This is very concerning everyone involved. It could take months to catch up to the backlog and to do the inspections that are needed.

Tell us what you think? Will you or someone you know be affected by this shortage? What are your thoughts?



Health Canada will ban trans fat next year.

For those of you that are concerned about trans fats in our food, this is good news.

You will not find any artificial trans fat(trans fatty acid) on any dining plates across the country come September 15th, 2018.

Trans fats are used to extend the shelf life of foods like pastries, packaged goods, and other baked products. Companies add trans fat to their products to help them last longer, therefore making more money in the end.

What are the effects of trans fat on our bodies you might ask?

Oils found in trans fats raise levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL). LDl is considered “bad” cholesterol. It also lowers the “good” cholesterol levels in the body.

When this happens our heart health can be affected.

On September 15th, 2018 all foods sold in Canada (including imported as well as local), and restaurant prepared meals will not be permitted to contain trans fat.

Canadian researchers estimate a ban could prevent 12,000 heart attacks in Canada over 20 years.”

Click here to see timeline of trans fat

What do you think of these changes?





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  1. You don’t really have a choice when they’re sneaking it in everywhere and everything.

  2. WTF…
    Whatever happened to “my body, my choice”?
    Double standards everywhere.

  3. Just to clarify, food companies do not add trans fat to food to save money. Trans fat is formed during the process of hydrogenation when liquid fat is changed to solid fat. If companies use hydrogenated fat in their products, these contain trans fats. There are other methods to change liquid oil to solid fat that do not involve hydrogenation and will not contain trans fats but they are more expensive. If trans fats are banned, then companies will switch from hydrogenation to a different process and will likely pass on the increased cost to the consumer. Here is a link from the USFDA website that explains how trans fats are formed during food manufacturing processes.

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