Loblaw voluntarily recalls certain salsa products

Certain salsa products are voluntarily recalled by the grocery company.

Loblaw Companies Ltd. is telling customers to avoid eating select 650 ml sized bottled of President’s Choice White Corn Black Bean Mild Salsa, or 430 ml size containers of PC Salsa Mild, because the company said some of the containers may contain pieces of plastic.

There have been no complaints or injuries reported from customers to date, the company said.

Specifically, the company is pulling the following products:

650 ml size of PC White Corn Black Bean Mild Salsa: UPC 060383697211 with product code date BB:2013DE07,

430 ml size of PC Salsa Mild: UPC 060383736194 with product code date: BB:2014JA30

The products were reportedly sold in the following B.C. stores (among other stores across the country): Extra Foods, nofrills, Real Canadian Superstore, Shop Easy, SuperValu, Your Independent Grocer and the Real Canadian Wholesale Club.

Returns can be brought back to any of the mentioned stores and the customer service desk will issue a full refund, even without receipt.

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