7 food products have been recalled by Health Canada — So check your groceries

Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) have been working overtime on food recalls lately.

The CFIA has now removed seven different food products from shelves in markets across Canada due to the possible presence of salmonella and listeria or because the products contain undeclared ingredients.

The recalls affect everything from chocolates, soups and palm oils sold nationwide, so you might want to check your fridge and pantry to make sure you don’t have any of the affected products.

If you do, Health Canada urges you not to consume, sell, serve, use or distribute them. In fact, it is better to throw them away or return them to the point of sale.

Here are the foods to watch out for:

Crave Stevia brand chocolates

Crave Stevia Dark All Natural Chocolate Bar.

Health Canada

Recalled products:

  • Crave Stevia Almond All Natural Chocolate | 80 grams and 85 grams.
  • Crave Stevia All-Natural Dark Chocolate | 80 grams and 85 grams.
  • Crave Stevia Mint All Natural Chocolate | 80 grams and 85 grams.
  • Crave Stevia All Natural Chocolate Sea Salt | 80 grams and 85 grams.
  • Crave Stevia Drizzles All Natural Chocolate | 80 grams and 85 grams.
  • Stevia Chocolate Chip Crave | 200 grams.

Reason for Recall: The affected items were recalled because they may contain milk, which is not correctly declared on the label. The recalled products were sold in Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. If you own any of the recalled products, you must not consume, serve, use, sell or distribute it.

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That’s it. brand Dark chocolate and fig truffles

Recalled products: that’s it. Dark chocolate and fig truffles | 100g

Reason for Recall: The affected food has been recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) due to the undeclared presence of milk. The product was sold nationwide.

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Various brands of palm oil

Recalled products:

  • Foods Sano Halal Food Palm oil | 4 liters.
  • Foods Sano Halal Food Palm oil | 2 liters.
  • Foods Sano Halal Food Palm oil | 1 litre.
  • Foods Sano Halal Food Palm oil | 500 milliliters.

Reason for Recall: These palm oils have been recalled by the CFIA due to salmonella contamination. The recalled products were sold in Quebec and Manitoba.

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Stuffed fish ball

A packet of stuffed fish balls.

A packet of stuffed fish balls.

Health Canada

Recalled products: [N/A] Stuffed Fish Ball | 340 grams.

Reason for the recall: The food is being recalled from the market because it may contain egg, which is not declared on the product label. The affected product was sold in Quebec and Ontario and may have been distributed in other provinces or territories. The CFIA urges the public not to consume, serve, use, sell or distribute the recalled product.

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Enoki Mushrooms

A packet of Enoki mushrooms.

A packet of Enoki mushrooms.

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Recalled Products: Enoki Mushroom | 200 grams.

Reason for Recall: The recalled item has been removed from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The item was sold in Manitoba and British Columbia and may have been distributed in other provinces and territories. The recalled item should not be consumed and should be discarded or returned to the point of purchase.

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Knorr professional soup of the day

Recalled Products: Knorr Professional Soup of the Day Chicken Thai Red Curry with Rice Soup Mix | 583 grams.

Reason for Recall: According to Health Canada, the affected Knorr soup mix product was recalled due to the undeclared presence of milk. The recalled soup mix was sold nationwide.

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Fry’s brand orange cream (dark chocolate bar)

Recalled Products: Fry’s Orange Cream (dark chocolate bar) | 147 grams.

Reason for Recall: The recalled items were removed from shelves due to undeclared milk. The affected product has been sold in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

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