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article imageHeinz recall: Chicken with Broth baby food over loss of seal

By Karen Graham     Apr 16, 2015 in Food
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), announced Wednesday morning that Heinz is recalling their 100 ml size jars of Chicken with Broth baby food because of possible spoilage concerns.
The CFIA said that the product, recommended for babies six months of age or older, not be consumed. There were no reports of illness, and the recall warning was issued after an inspection of the product.
Following are details on the Heinz Chicken with Broth product:
Size: 100 ml.
Codes on product: 2016SE26 and 2016DE12
​UPC: 0 571660 7
The CFIA recommends that if an infant has been fed any of the recalled product, to discontinue use and monitor the infant for symptoms. The consumption of spoiled food might include an upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhea. It a parents have any concerns they are asked to seek medical advice.
Consumers can also contact Heinz Canada for more information on the recall.
Heinz Canada: 1-888-570-1675, HeinzCanada@Stericycle.com
Henry Heinz had a successful business in the United States in the early 1900s. In 1909, Heinz chose Leamington, in the heart of Ontario's tomato-growing region to open his first expansion outside the borders of the U.S. Since that long-ago time, Heinz Canada has been best known for its iconic Heinz® Ketchup, a number one selling condiment, along with its baby foods, pasta sauces, canned beans and pasta, as well as specialty sauces and salad dressings.
The CFIA has announced it "is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to the recall of other products. If other products are recalled, the CFIA will notify the public through updated Food Recall Warning."
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