Quebec’s Ministry of Agriculture recalls several products from Montréal IGA location

Montréal—Quebec’s Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) have recalled several items that were sold at IGA, found at the 865 Sainte-Catherine St. E. address.

Items in question include: Multiple brands of sliced bread sold until August 4th; lentils, rice, chickpeas, barley and bean medleys from multiple companies; exotic chips by the brand Terra (all sizes); cold barbecue wings prepared on location, Sea salt flavored rice chips by Lundberg, and cold tender chicken, also prepared at the aforementioned IGA location.

As has also been reported by other news sources, the ominous statement made by MAPAQ states that these foods were “altered in such a way that makes them unfit for human consumption.”

If you have purchased these items at that location alone, you are asked to return them or to discard of them. So far, no one has yet fallen ill because of consumption of said items.