Farmers Dairy has announced it’s pulling several divert products from shelves in Atlantic CanadaÂ after business reported a chemical taste.
“This withdrawal is usually surety and there is no health risk compared with immoderate these products,” a association pronounced in aÂ statement posted to a Facebook page Saturday.
Several products are listed as being affected,Â including dual per cent milk, one per cent milk, chocolate divert andÂ 3.25 per cent milk. The association pronounced it’sÂ “isolated to a brief prolongation period, and no reported events were logged for successive prolongation days.”
This impacts products sole inÂ Nova Scotia, P.E.I., New Brunswick andÂ buttermilk sole inÂ Newfoundland.
Farmers Dairy didn’t yield sum in a matter as toÂ why a divert tasted off.
Brian Murphy, who lives in a Halifax community of Clayton Park andÂ calls himself a “chocolate connoisseur,” bought a crate of chocolate divert on Wednesday during aÂ Sobeys. He pronounced he drank half a bottleÂ before realizing something wasn’t right.
“When we drank itÂ it wasn’t too bad though it left like a Javax ambience in your mouth,” he said.Â
Later in a week, heÂ returned a residue to Sobeys. He roughly bought aÂ carton of Farmers Dairy whiteÂ milk instead, though an worker approached him to let him know a productÂ wasÂ being recalled.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency doesn’t embody theÂ Farmers Dairy products on theÂ list of recalls on a website.
Farmers Dairy is owned by Quebec-basedÂ Agropur Cooperative, Canada’s largest dairy producer, which also recently bought Truro’s Scotsburn.Â
“We’re contemptible for any nuisance this conditions might have caused we and appreciate we in allege for your cooperation,” a association said.
Customers can lapse any products listed on a Facebook pageÂ to their internal grocery stores for a full reinstate or hit a companyÂ at 1-800-501-1150.