Siena Foods Ltd. Recalls Salami Products Because of Salmonella FearsWed Feb 21, 6:57 Am
Toronto (cp) - Canada's Food Inspection Agency Says Some Salami Products May Have Been Tainted With Salmonella.
Siena Foods Ltd.'s Genoa And Calabrese Salami Marked With Best-Before dates of July And August 2007 May Have Been Affected. The Products Have Been Distributed Nationally.
There Have Been no Reported Illnesses Associated With Eating The Affected Meat.
Salmonella Can Cause Serious And Sometimes Deadly Infections in Young Children, The Elderly And People With Weakened Immune Systems.
Otherwise Healthy People May Experience Fever, Vomiting And Diarrhea. The Cfia Recommends Those Who Have Bought Sliced Salami at Deli Counters to Ask Whether Their Products Have Been Affected by The Voluntary Recall.
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