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6 Miss Vickie's Flavours Are Safe From The Recent Recall That's Because Of Glass

Recalled products were sold in multiple provinces!
Miss Vickie's Recall In Canada Doesn't Affect 6 Chip Flavours

The recent Miss Vickie's recall in Canada doesn't affect a couple of flavours so thankfully there are still some chips that are safe to eat.

With the recall of a bunch of flavours, you might be wondering if there are any kinds of Miss Vickie's chips you can get that won't possibly have pieces of glass in the bags.

There are a bunch you can still buy at stores in provinces where products have been affected. 

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6 flavours of Miss Vickie's chips that weren't included in the recall

The six flavours that weren't included in the recall are Honey Dijon, Harvest Cheddar & Herbs, Sour Cream & Caramelized Onion, Lime & Black Pepper, Balsamic Vinegar & Sweet Onion and Unsalted.

Also, the reduced-fat version of the Original Recipe flavour wasn't included either.

The affected products were recalled on November 3 and were sold in Ontario, Quebec, New BrunswickNewfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia and P.E.I.

That's because there's a possibility of a small piece of glass being in the bag.

You can figure out which sizes of the recalled chips are part of this by checking the UPC, manufacturing codes and best before dates on the packages.

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