Police warn Toronto residents of food tampering

Since the beginning of May, customers who purchased the sausage at the No Frills chain found an embedded needle on three separate occasions. Two packages were purchased at the 372 Pacific Avenue location, and the other was from 2187 Bloor Street west.

680News
May 31, 2010

Police warn Toronto residents of food tampering

TORONTO - Police are warning Toronto residents of food tampering involving Piller's Polish Sausage.

Since the beginning of May, customers who purchased the sausage at the No Frills chain found an embedded needle on three separate occasions.

Two packages were purchased at the 372 Pacific Avenue location, and the other was from 2187 Bloor Street west.

Police are requesting anyone who bought the product to inspect it thoroughly for signs of tampering.

If you have any reason to suspect that a meat product you purchased has been tampered with, you are asked to retain the product, packaging and proof of purchase, and call local police, Crime Stoppers or the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at 416-665-5049.
In addition, anyone with concerns about food safety can contact the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at 1-800-442-2342.

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