Tim Hortons soup recall | CTV News


Certain batches of Tim Hortons hen noodle soup has been recalled in Alberta and Ontario because of the presence of additional protein — bugs.

According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the soup base was offered to numerous resorts, eating places and different “establishments” in each provinces.

“Do not use, promote, serve or distribute the affected product,” the CFIA warned in a recall discover on Thursday.

The affected merchandise had been offered as much as and together with Oct. 20, based on the federal government company.

Tim Hortons confirmed to CTV News sure batches of the soup was “offered in some eating places in southwestern Ontario and Alberta.”

“The impacted batches of hen noodle soup had been faraway from eating places and destroyed at the moment and new product from one other provider was delivered to all affected eating places,” a Tim Hortons spokesperson mentioned in an emailed assertion. “Chicken noodle soup that has been offered at Tim Hortons eating places elsewhere within the nation is produced by a unique producer and was not impacted.”

There have been no reviews if sickness on account of the recall.

Tim Hortons model canned soup offered in grocery shops isn’t affected by the recall, the spokesperson mentioned, including soup at Tim Hortons eating places elsewhere in Canada isn’t affected by the recall as nicely.


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