New cases reported in Salmonella outbreak linked to U.S. grown peaches
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is urging consumers to not eat, use, sell or serve recalled peaches
Officials say 15 new cases of Salmonella have been reported in Canada in relation to an outbreak linked to U.S.-grown peaches.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says authorities have confirmed a total of 48 illnesses in Quebec and Ontario as of Sept. 3.
The agency says peaches imported from the U.S. are under investigation, but there’s no evidence to suggest that homegrown peaches pose a risk.
California-based grower Prima Wawona has recalled several varieties of fresh peaches sold in Canada between June 1 and Aug. 22 over contamination concerns.
The yellow, white and organic peaches were sold under various brand names, including Extrafresh, Harvest Sweet, Prima, Sweet 2 Eat, Sweet O, Sweet Value, Wawona and Wegmans.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is urging consumers to not eat, use, sell or serve recalled peaches or products made with them.