The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Jan. 27 that the One Ocean brand of sliced smoked wild sockeye, distributed in Alberta and possibly nationally, is being recalled by Orca Specialty Foods Inc. | CFIA photo

Smoked salmon recalled

Sliced smoked sockeye salmon is the subject of a recall due to potential listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Jan. 27 that the One Ocean brand of sliced smoked wild sockeye, distributed in Alberta and possibly nationally, is being recalled by Orca Specialty Foods Inc. The product is in the 300 gram size […] Read more

The 675-gram package with a best-before date of March 15, 2021, is the batch affected. | CFIA photo

Undercooking prompts sausage recall

Harvest Meats, based in Yorkton, Sask., has issued a recall for its Harvest brand Polish sausages due to undercooking. The 675-gram package with a best-before date of March 15, 2021, is the batch affected. The sausage has been distributed in all western provinces as well as Ontario and Northwest Territories. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency […] Read more

The Original Recipe Kettle Cooked Potato Chips may have pieces of glass in the bags, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced. The affected potato chips have been distributed in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. | CFIA photo

Glass prompts potato chip recall

A recall on some kinds of Miss Vickie’s potato chips, which began in Eastern Canada, has now been extended to the West. The Original Recipe Kettle Cooked Potato Chips may have pieces of glass in the bags, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced. The affected potato chips have been distributed in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario […] Read more


The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Nov. 22 that Levitts Foods Canada Inc. is voluntarily recalling the product, which is the 175-gram size with a best-before date of Dec. 25. | CFIA photo

Listeria concern prompts pastrami recall

The Compliments brand of smoked beef pastrami is the subject of a recall due to possible listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Nov. 22 that Levitts Foods Canada Inc. is voluntarily recalling the product, which is the 175-gram size with a best-before date of Dec. 25. No one has reported illness in connection […] Read more

A recall on onions imported from the United States, first announced in late July, continues to result in illnesses among Canadians. | File photo

Illnesses still reported from recalled onions

A recall on onions imported from the United States, first announced in late July, continues to result in illnesses among Canadians due to salmonella contamination. Alberta has more than half the reported cases of illness. An investigation continue, and the Public Health Agency of Canada on Sept. 14 said 49 additional illnesses have been reported […] Read more