A Tim Hortons-branded hen noodle soup base is being recalled in some elements of the nation as a result of it contained bugs.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says the recalled product was offered to motels, eating places and establishments in Ontario and Alberta till Oct. 20, 2022.
The recall includes merchandise with the best-before dates from March 13, 2023, to April 30, 2023. The CFIA says not to use, promote, serve or distribute the affected product.
In a press release to CBC News, Tim Hortons stated it grew to become conscious of “an deserted product high quality problem” final month involving hen noodle soup offered in a few of its shops in southwestern Ontario and Alberta. The product was made by an exterior producer.
Affected shops had been advised to throw out the affected batches of soup, and had since acquired new stock from a special provider.
Stores elsewhere within the nation weren’t impacted as a result of their soup got here from one other producer. Tim Hortons’s canned soup, which was offered in supermarkets, was additionally not affected, the corporate stated.
Tim Hortons didn’t give additional particulars about what led to the insect contamination.
“We proceed to examine this incident with the meals provider concerned and can solely restart our manufacturing with them as soon as we’re assured the difficulty is not going to occur once more.”