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Bacteria threat triggers sausage recall from Montreal meat shop

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Tyler Jadah May 29, 2018 8:05 am 186

A local meat shop in Montreal has issued a sausage recall for any of their products dated from May 9, due to a possible bacteria threat.

Slovenia Meat Products is a popular shop on Rue Clark in Montreal’s Little Italy district who offer catered meat services, have recently been questioned about a spoiled batch of in-house sausages.

The company told Daily Hive over the phone that only one of their popular sausage selections may have been contaminated.

The “hot chabay” sausages from May 9 were possibly contaminated with bacteria.

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The sausages were completely sold within days and should be fine, says the producer, as long as cooked or barbequed properly. Slovenia Meat Products will completely comply with a recall if issued or offer a refund to weary customers.

The CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) has not registered an official recall on any of Slovenia Meat Product’s sausages.

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Tyler Jadah
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