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Canadian Food Inspection Agency Recall some Yogurt Products

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OTTAWA – Canadian Food Inspection Agency Food Recall Warning for some Yogurt Products.

A Food Recall Warning for Yoplait Minigo brand and Liberté brand yogurt pouches is announced by Canadian Food Inspection Agency dated July 19, 2017. General Mills Canada Corporation is recalling the said products due to the potential presence of pieces of plastic.

Shoppers should not eat/drink the recalled products as described below: (Product Name, Quantity, UPC # and Best Before Date)

Yoplait Minigo   Strawberry Yogurt – 4 x 90 g pouches – UPC 0 56920 48953 1

  • 2017 JL16
  • 2017 JL22
  • 2017 AU01
  • 2017 AU07
  • 2017 AU13
  • 2017 AU19

Yoplait Minigo   Raspberry Yogurt – 4 x 90 g pouches – 0 56920 48954 8

  • 2017 JL16
  • 2017 JL23
  • 2017 JL31
  • 2017 AU07
  • 2017 AU20

Liberté  Greek Yogourt Raspberry 2% – 4 x 120 g pouches – 0 65684 47963 4

  • 2017 JL16
  • 2017 JL29
  • 2017 AU11
  • 2017 AU19
  • 2017 AU25

Liberté  Greek Yogourt Coconut 2% – 4 x 120 g pouches – 0 65684 48901 5

  • 2017 JL16
  • 2017 JL21
  • 2017 JL29
  • 2017 AU11
  • 2017 AU19

Type of Distribution: National, Retail

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is a science-based regulator dedicated to protecting Canadians from preventable health risks related to food and zoonotic diseases.

It is a federal institution within the health portfolio that leads in mitigating risks to food safety by working with partners in industry, consumers, and federal, provincial and municipal organizations. – Description from Canada.ca

The CFIA is responsible for the following:

  • List of Acts and Regulations
  • Incorporation by Reference
  • Administrative Burden Baseline
  • Forward Regulatory Plan
  • Service Standards for High-Volume Regulatory Authorizations
  • Interpretation Policy
  • Reducing Red Tape

The agency advised consumers that if you have recalled products in your home, it should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

 

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Source:

Inspection.gc.ca

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