Health Canada Is Recalling Over 30 Mugs & Home Items From Indigo Due To Mould Contamination
Here's how you can get a full refund. 👇
If you like to shop for home goods at Indigo Canada , you might want to take a look at items you bought last year.
According to the government agency, 33 items are included in the recall, which "may have been subject to humid conditions."
"As a result, mould may be present under the glazed surface of the products," warns Health Canada. "Mould ingestion may pose a risk of gastrointestinal symptoms and infections in consumers with compromised immune systems."
Some of the recalled items include a mug with an owl on it, a mug that says "the best GRANDMA ever," and various other homeware items. A full list of the products, including UPCs, can be found on the recall listing.
If you have any of the recalled items, you're advised to stop using them immediately and to return them to an Indigo store where you can get a full refund.
The products were sold between August and December 2022, and 21,890 affected items were sold in the country.
"As of January 30, 2023, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries in Canada," said Health Canada.
This isn't the first time Indigo products have been recalled. In November of 2022, two Indigo-brand ceramic mugs were recalled due to burn and laceration hazards.
As of September 27, there were no reports of injuries, but there were eight reports of the mug cracking while in use.
This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.
- 2 Mugs From Indigo Are Being Recalled In Canada Due To 'Burn & Laceration Hazards' ›
- Food Recall - Narcity ›
- Health Canada Is Recalling Thousands Of Sweaters & Hoodies Due To 'Flammability Hazard' - Narcity ›
- Health Canada Has Added 6 Items To Their Food Recall List Due To Insects, Glass, Mould & More - Narcity ›
- Indigo Is Dealing With A 'Cybersecurity Incident' That's Affecting Online & In-Store Shopping - Narcity ›
- Health Canada Has Added Several Items To Their Food Recall List Due To Glass, E. Coli & More - Narcity ›
- Health Canada Has Added 6 Items To Their Food Recall List Due To Allergens & Listeria - Narcity ›