A public health hazard warning that was previously announced by the CFIA has been expanded. The products involved are sold under the Ginger Beef Choice brand, which are being recalled because of a possible bacterial contamination.
Currently, the following Ginger Beef Choice products are being recalled because of a possible Listeria monocytogenes infection:
- Ginger Beef – sold in 1-kilogram packs and 650-gram packs and having a UPC code of 665075229949 and 665075102013
- Pork Dumplings – sold in 900-gram packs or 28 pieces per pack, as well as in 600-gram packs or 18 pieces per pack; having a UPC code of 665075229840 665075102020
- Special Combo – sold in 1-kilogram and 650-gram packs; having a UPC code of 665075229802 and 665075102112
- Lemon Chicken – sold in 650-gram packs and having a UPC code of 665075102112
- Chicken Egg Rolls – sold in 570-gram packs or 10 pieces per pack; having a UPC code of 665075102174
- Sweet and Sour Pork – sold in 650-gram packs and having a UPC code of 665075102167
- Vegetable Fried Rice – sold in 650-gram packs and having a UPC code 665075102082
- Honey Garlic Chicken – sold in 650-gram packs and having a UPC code of 665075102235.
The affected products sold in bulk may have been sold from service counters of grocery stores. These bulk products may have been sold in different weights and UPC codes. Thus, for consumers who are unsure if they were able to buy the recalled product, it is advised that they double-check with the store where they bought the product. To view the complete list of recalled Ginger Beef Choice products, consumers can visit the CFIA’s recalls website. They may also call the agency’s hotline, 1-800-442-2342.