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RECALL: Loblaws pre-packaged cooked shrimp

Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling pre-packaged cooked shrimp after discovering the potential presence of harmful bacteria.

Health Canada and Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling a number of pre-packaged cooked shrimp from their marketplace after discovering the potential presence of raw shrimp, which may contain harmful bacteria.

The recall includes Loblaws Inc. brand Pacific white cooked shrimp (56/65 shrimp per pound) in 300-gram bags with the product code 2018 OC 20: PM AP and UPC 0 60249 00927 1.

The product was sold at the following Loblaw banner stores:

Ontario: Fortinos®, Independent®, Loblaws®, No Frills®, Real Canadian Superstore®, Valu-Mart®, Wholesale Club®, Zehrs® and affiliated independent stores
Atlantic: Atlantic Superstore®, Dominion®, Independent®, No Frills®, Wholesale Club®, and affiliated independent stores
Québec: Club Entrepôt®, Maxi®, Maxi & Cie®, Provigo®, Provigole Marché® and affiliated independent stores
West: Extra Foods®, No Frills®, Real Canadian Superstore®, Wholesale Club®, Independent® and affiliated independent stores

Currently, there are no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of this product.

What should you do?
If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, call your doctor. If you have recalled products in your home, throw them out or return them to the store where they were purchased.

Read Health Canada’s full recall notice here.

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