The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is urgently recalling St-Hubert brand ‘Chicken Breast Nuggets’, due to the possible presence of bone fragments in the affected products. The products are known to have been sold across the province of Quebec, as well as Ontario.\nQuebec-based company Maître Saladier Inc. is recalling their St-Hubert brand Chicken Breast Nuggets from the marketplace, as there is a chance the chicken products could contain bone fragments.\nCurrently there have been no reported injuries associated with the consumption of the affected products, but it has been recommended by the agency that anybody who has uneaten St-Hubert brand Chicken Breast Nuggets should dispose of them immediately, or return them to the place of purchase to refund.\nThe affected batch comes from chicken breasts sold in the 680g format. Full details and information about the potentially affected products can be found in the image below.\nCFIA | Newswire\nThe statement from the CFIA explains that this particular product recall was triggered by the company, Maître Saladier Inc. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency will also conduct a food safety investigation, which could possibly lead to the recall of other products.\nNo other St-Hubert chicken products are known to have been affected at this time. However, you can keep up with the latest CFIA product recalls by heading to their website.\nCanadian Food Inspection Agency\nThis latest recall comes only days after a number of chicken products were recalled across Canada due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.\nAlthough the two are not directly related, you can check which chicken brands were recalled due to potential Listeria contamination by clicking here.\n#CFIArecall Food Recall Warning (Extraneous Material) - St-Hubert brand Chicken Breast Nuggets https://t.co/ulnYtCVgQJ— CFIA - Food (@CFIA_Food) August 30, 2019\nThe CFIA is currently in the process of ensuring that the industry is removing these recalled products from the marketplace.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.