OTTAWA – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says that the two brands of products have been reminded of possible salmonella contamination.
The agency says on Wednesday, they have recalled Achva tahini products that sell 500 grams and 18 kilograms, and also 18 kilograms of S & F pure tahini tubes.
It was sold to Tahini Albertan, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Scotland, Ontario and Quebec, and can be distributed to other provinces.
The CFIA says that it has reported on the consumption of these products, but it does not say how much.
It is recommended that people recall the products or return to the purchased store.
Food that is infected with salmonella does not break the appearance or smell, but it can still get sick.
Pregnant women, pregnant women and people with impaired systems can contract serious and sometimes deadly infections. Symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps and diarrhea.