Recall issued after 'foreign material' found in milk products made in Victoria
Several brands of milk produced at a Vancouver Island-based factory are being voluntarily recalled after “foreign material” was found in some of the products. June 15, 2017.
Several brands of milk produced at a Vancouver Island-based factory are being voluntarily recalled after “foreign material” was found in some of the products.
Agropur Cooperative says the recall of some Lucerne, Island Farms and Natrel products made at its Victoria facility is only precautionary, and that no consumers have reported injury or illness.
Officials say the recall only applies to plastic jugs and not cartons, but wouldn’t specify what the foreign material found in some of the products was as an investigation is ongoing.
The recall applies to a number of two-litre and four-litre milk products, some of which are only distributed on Vancouver Island while others are distributed to other parts of the province.
It also only applies to those identified products with best before dates up to and including July 3, 2017.
Agropur says all products can be returned to their place of purchase with or without a receipt for a full refund.
A full list of the recalled products can be found below: