Monday, April 17, 2017

Food Inspection Agency adds to the Robin Hood Flour recall

Another trip to your pantry is in order today, as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency adds to the recall list for flour and baking products with the Robin Hood Brand.

The latest  Food Recall Warning adds a number of different sized bags to the listings, as well as a new brand that of Creative Baker brand Flour in the 10kg bag.

As it was when relayed the details of the original recall in March, the expanded notice is due to concerns over E. Coli.

In the latest notice to consumers, the CFIA notes that If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, that you should call your doctor.

As well, you should check to see if you have recalled products in your home. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

The full listing of the latest lot numbers that are part of the recall can be examined here.

You can find the lot number and expiry dates on the bags as indicated below:

The Public Health Agency of Canada issued their own advisory in mid April, you can review their notes on the situation here.

Last week two Alberta law firms announced that they were filing a class action lawsuit related to the required recall of the flour products.

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