Do not consume warning for baked goods from Jean-Talon bakery
The Quebec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food is advising the public not to consume various baked goods sold at Pâtisserie Internationale, located at 886 Jean-Talon west in Montreal.
The MAPAQ, in collaboration with the City of Montreal's Food Inspection Division, found the products were not prepared and packed in a safe manner.
The exact products of the recall were not listed but were available for purchase until March 11, 2019, inclusively, in several establishments in the Greater Montreal area. They were sold packaged in paper or plastic bags, cardboard boxes or in self-serve containers. Some labels include the name and address of the manufacturer and others, the name of the product and a list of its ingredients.
Anyone who purchased the baked goods in question is being advised not to consume them, instead they should return them to the store they were purchased or throw them away. The MAPAQ said even if the foods do not look or smell like they could pose a problem, they still represent a health risk.
To date there have been no reported illnesses association with the consumption of the products.
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