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More food tampering cases reported in Toronto

By KJ Mullins     Jun 1, 2010 in Food
Toronto - Two new food tampering cases have been reported in Toronto on Tuesday concerning Piller's Polish Sausage. A new product has also been reported tampered with.
On Monday the Toronto Police issued an alert about tampering of Piller's Polish Sausage. On Tuesday it was reported that on May 27 a customer brought a tampered package of the meat at the No Frills store at 900 Dufferin Street. On the same day a package of Piller's Turkey Kielbasa was purchased at Price Choppers at 2440 Dundas Street West and a needle was also embedded in the product.
If you have reason to suspect that a meat product has been tampered with, you are requested to retain the product, packaging and any receipt. You are also requested to contact your local police or the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at 416−665−5049.
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