Maple Leaf Recalls on Hot dogs

Maple Leaf

Maple Leaf Canada issues another food recall this time with 9 types of wiener products that may contaminated with listeria.  On August 3rd the Canadian Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced a warning to the public to not eat any hotdogs that were branded by the Hamilton  Maple Leaf plant.  This Maple Leaf facility distributes products nationally under different brand names Hygrade, Shopy’s and Maple Leaf.

Maple Leaf Hotdog

Please check your fridges for any hot dogs that with these brands and check for the “L1” and “EST 611” on the edge of the package.  It’s also warned that contaminated hot dogs do not look any different nor do they smell any different from regular hot dogs.

For the full story visit The Toronto Star.com

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  1. I’m not sure I will ever eat Maple Leaf products again…The public will never trust their products again after the last outbreak.

    Posted by Phil | August 4, 2009, 1:48 pm