March 13, 2019 3:54 pm

Montreal bakery Pâtisserie Internationale recalls all food products

The recall applies to all food bought at the bakery through March 11.

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Pâtisserie Internationale in Montreal’s Parc-Extension neighbourhood is recalling all of its baked goods.

Quebec’s Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) is advising patrons not to consume food products that were sold at the bakery through March 11 because they were prepared and packaged in an unsafe manner.

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The recall at the establishment at 886 Jean Talon St. applies to all of its bakery products, including bread, cookies and other pastries.

“Even if the products in question do not show any signs of deterioration or a suspect odour, consuming them may represent a health risk,” MAPAQ wrote in its advisory issued on Tuesday.

Patrons are being asked to either return their purchases to the bakery or throw them out.

The move is a precautionary measure and no cases of illness have been reported, according to MAPAQ.

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