The CFIA announced today that a prior public warning from November 24 has been expanded. A variety of “Clic” brand cheeses have been recalled out of fear of possible contamination with Listeria. There has been a report of an illness related to the recalled products.
The CFIA warning states:
The following cheese products, bearing establishment number 1874, and any Best Before dates up to and including those listed below, are affected by this alert:
|Brand||Product||Size||UPC||Last Best Before date|
|Clic||Moujadalé||300 – 400 g||None||11 MAR 2012|
|Clic||Riviera||300 – 400 g||None||11 FEB 2012|
|Clic||Tressé||300 – 400 g||None||11 NOV 2012|
|Clic||Vachekaval||300 – 400 g||None||11 MAR 2012|
The following dairy products bear establishment number 1874. These products have a four digit lot code. If the last 2 digits of the lot code are 45 or lower, e.g. xx-45, xx-44, etc, they are affected by this alert:
|Clic||Desi Butter Ghee||454 g (1 lbs)||None|
|Clic||Desi Butter Ghee||907 g (2 lbs)||None|
These products have been distributed in Quebec and Ontario. These products may also have been distributed to other provinces.