Packaging defect prompts recall of 6 baby food products from Heinz Canada

03/11/2014 | (Canada)

Six baby food products have been recalled by Heinz Canada because of the possibility that "spoilage microorganisms" could get into the baby food from a packaging defect, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said. The affected products, all in 128-milliliter squeeze pouches, include butternut squash apricot peas couscous, tuna sweet corn chowder, beef butternut squash rice spinach, beef Bolognese with vegetables, sweet baby vegetables and peas zucchini spinach.

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