Kawartha Dairy Recalls Ice Cream for Possible Metal Presence

Canadian Food Inspection Agency urges people to throw out product if purchased

Kawartha Dairy on Sunday announced that it is recalling some of its ice cream products as they may have flakes, a statement from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said.

The recovered products from this Ontario dairy company include chocolate mint and chocolate biscuits ice cream, flavours sold in 1.5-litre and 11.4-litre boxes.

CFIA notice states that buyers of these products should discard or return the place of purchase. This is for more than, the company has the headquarters in Bobcaygeon, Ont., Has activated the recall.

The products are sold in Ontario.

The CFIA also announced that it is conducting a food safety investigation into the dairy. “If other high-risk products are recalled, the CFIA will notify the public through updated food recall warnings,” it said in the release. “The CFIA is verifying that industry is removing the recalled products from the marketplace.”

There have been no reported injuries associated with consuming these products, the agency said.

The CFIA also announced that it is investigating food safety for milk. “If products with other high fundamentals are recalled, the CFIA will notify their company through the recall product update warnings”

The agency said there were no reports on brands related to the consumption of the products.

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