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RECALL: Farmers, Natrel and Northumberland brand milk and cream products

Health Canada has recalled a number of Farmers, Natrel, and Northumberland brand milk and cream products due to the presence of sanitizer.

By Today's Parent
RECALL: Farmers, Natrel and Northumberland brand milk and cream products

Photo: Farmers Dairy via Facebook

Health Canada has recalled a number of Farmers, Natrel, and Northumberland brand milk and cream products after they were exposed to a cleaning solution.

The recall applies to a large number of products sold in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador with expiry dates ranging from January 30th to March 9.

Recalled items include two per cent milk, 3.25 per cent homogenized milk, skim milk, chocolate milk and a variety of coffee cream and whipping cream.

The full list of recalled items can be found here.

What should you do? If you have one of the affected products, you should immediately stop using it.

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