Quebec’s food inspection body has issued a mass recall for all products sold up to last Monday (March 11) at a Parc-Extension bakery.
Patisserie Internationale at 886 Jean-Talon W is the focus of the recall from Quebec’s provincial Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ), which was issued on Tuesday afternoon.
The recall notice — also reported by CTV — states that products from the bakery made up to the recall date were not prepared in a safe, hygienic manner. All products from the bakery are covered by the recall — including bread, cookies, and phyllo-based sweets such as baklava.
The recall also notes that Patisserie Internationale’s products were sold in other establishments (possibly as a self-service option) — some of these products were marked with the bakery’s name and address, but not all of them. However, MAPAQ has not specified where the unmarked products were sold.
#innocuité Ne pas consommer divers produits de boulangerie, Pâtisserie Internationale, Montréal https://t.co/qGUtWesiGF pic.twitter.com/UC9kcs3z5T— Qualité des aliments (@MAPAQaliments) March 12, 2019
The bakery is currently open, and products sold since yesterday (Tuesday March 12) are considered safe to eat.