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'Products should be thrown out': Frozen dessert items sold at Metro, F...
'Products should be thrown out': Frozen dessert items sold at Metro, Food Basics, Walmart and other stores part of major recall and Health Canada warning - InsideHalton.com
Both Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) are warning shoppers about a major recall involving a pair of frozen dessert products that has already caused an allergic reaction.
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