The affected product was sold from October 8 to October 23 at manufacturer Surrey Meat Packers as well as Jolly Meats and Fine Foods, both located in British Columbia, Canada. The petfood was sold frozen in 500 gram blocks assembled in 10-unit and 50-unit packages. The petfood may not be marked with a label indicating the packing date or best by date. Those who handle the petfood and pets who consume it may become infected, although know illnesses have been reported yet, according to CFIA's warning.
For more information about this advisory, consumers can contact CFIA at +1.800.442.2342, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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