October 20, 2014 10:20 am
Updated: October 20, 2014 10:24 am

Recall on Natrel milk in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia

According to the Food Inspection Agency, this recall is unlikely to cause any serious health problems.

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MONTREAL – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall on Natrel milk products due to spoilage.

Products included in the recall are different formats of skim milk, 1% partly skimmed, 2% partly skimmed, homogenized milk, varieties of organic fine-filtered milk, and 3.8% whole milk.

The products are being sold in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia.

The expiration dates range from October 23 to October 31.

Consumers complained that the products were going bad weeks before the date of expiration.

The problem seems to have been with faulty equipment at the Quebec City plant.

According to the Food Inspection Agency, this recall is unlikely to cause any serious health problems.

The spoiled milk can be returned at your local grocery store.

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