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A Canada-wide recall on flour potentially containing E. coli has been expanded to include brands of cookie dough, tart shells and pie shells that may contain the contaminated flour.
A national recall of flour due to E. coli contamination that began in March has been expanded again, this time to a product aimed at hotels and restaurants.
The recall of flour in Canada has now expanded to include 16 products over concerns the flour could be contaminated with E. coli. So how does flour get contaminated with the bacteria, and how can it make you sick?
A national recall of flour due to E. coli contamination has been expanded to include 16 products that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says should not be consumed.
A national recall of flour due to E. coli contamination, which was first announced last month and is the subject of a class-action lawsuit, is being expanded to cover additional products.
A pair of Alberta-based law firms say they've filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of people who bought or consumed a popular brand of flour that's been linked to illnesses from E. coli.
All of Canada is now under a recall warning for a batch of Robin Hood all-purpose flour that may be contaminated with E. coli.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's investigating an outbreak of E. coli related to a batch of Robin Hood all-purpose flour that's now the subject of a recall.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is issuing a recall for the Robin Hood brand of all-purpose flour sold in Western Canada due to possible E. coli contamination.