Salmonella outbreak linked to peaches from the United States

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The outbreak investigation is ongoing as illnesses continue to be reported to the Public Health Agency of Canada. Since August 23, there have been 15 additional illnesses reported in the ongoing Canadian investigation. There are now 48 confirmed cases in Canada.  This is no evidence to suggest that peaches grown in Canada are associated with this Salmonella outbreak linked to peaches. Peaches imported from the United States are under investigation. 

Salmonella outbreak linked to peaches

Do not eat, use, sell or serve any recalled peaches from Prima Wawona from the United States, or any products made with these peaches. This advice applies to all individuals across Canada, as well as retailers, distributors, manufacturers and food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals and nursing homes. 

If you are not sure if the peaches in your home are the recalled peaches from Prima Wawona from the United States, do not eat them. This notice contains more advice on how to avoid getting sick.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a consumer advisory for peaches recalled by Prima Wawona, sold from June 1, 2020 to August 22, 2020 in Canada. More information on recalled products is available on the CFIA website.

Do not eat, use, sell or serve any recalled peaches from Prima Wawona from the United States, or any products made with these peaches. This advice applies to all individuals across Canada, as well as retailers, distributors, manufacturers and food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals and nursing homes.

If you are not sure if the peaches in your home are the recalled peaches from Prima Wawona from the United States, do not eat them. 

Peaches grown in Canada are not affected by this advice.

As the investigation is ongoing, it is possible that additional sources could be identified, and additional food recall warnings related to this outbreak may be issued. This public health notice will be updated as the investigation evolves.

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