Loblaw’s $10 Chicken Fries Recalled
A brand of chicken fries sold by Loblaw’s is being recalled because of possible Salmonella contamination.
The company’s $10 Chicken Fries in 1.81 kg bags with a best before date of June 22, 2019 is affected.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says anyone who has the chicken fries should throw them out or bring them back to the store where they were bought.
The agency says the recall was triggered by an investigation that found four people across the country got sick after eating frozen raw breaded chicken products.
The recall is national with one person in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec getting sick.