Some could make you super sick.
You might want to double-check your fridge and pantry to make sure your groceries aren't part of the latest food recalls in Canada.
Just this past week, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) added four items to its ongoing list of recalls and updates.
Take a look at the items below to make sure you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.
European Butcher Brand Bacon "Chuncks"
European Butcher is recalling European Butcher brand Bacon "Chuncks" due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contami… https://t.co/fT2VlM0e8z— Canadian Food Inspection Agency (@Canadian Food Inspection Agency) 1631037964.0
On Monday, September 6, the CFIA issued a food recall warning for European Butcher brand Bacon "Chuncks" due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
The product was available in Ontario. The recall applies to batch #30210 and includes all best before dates.
Eat Smart Brand Chopped Salad Kits
On Tuesday, September 7, multiple different salad kits from Eat Smart were identified as being potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The chopped salad kits include: Asian Sesame, Avocado Cheddar Ranch, Chili-Lime Crunch, Homestyle Ranch, Hot Honey, Mexican Fiesta, Salt & Vinegar, Spicy Sweet Kale, Strawberry Harvest, Sweet Kale (in three different sizes), and Thai Style Chili Mango.
The kits were available in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island and possibly nationally, according to the CFIA.
European Butcher Brand Bacon "Chuncks" & Smoked Side Bacon Slices
On Wednesday, September 8, the recall for European Butcher brand Bacon "Chuncks" was expanded to include their Smoked Side Bacon Slices.
The product was available in Ontario and the recall applies to batch #30210, with all best before dates affected.
Westview Bakery Brand Crosta Bread (Multigrain)
#CFIArecall Food Recall Warning - Allergen (sesame) – Westview Bakery brand Crosta Bread (Multigrain) https://t.co/N5XXG1Madq— Canadian Food Inspection Agency (@Canadian Food Inspection Agency) 1631292800.0
If you have a sesame allergy, you'll definitely want to double-check your bread if you purchased from this brand. The product was recalled due to undeclared sesame and was sold in British Columbia. The recall applies to "all codes where sesame is not declared on the label."