Updated list of recalled beef products
Canada's Food Inspection Agency is warning the public that more beef products from Alberta's X-L Foods could be contaminated with a potentially deadly bacteria.
The affected products are associated with the same X-L Foods manufacturing dates of August 27th, August 27th to 29th and
September 4th -- the same dates as the previous recall.
The additional products that may contain E. coli include various cuts of steaks and roasts, stewing beef and beef breakfast sausage.
The agency says the products are sold at Zehrs, Loblaws, The Real Canadian Superstore, Save Easy and Dominion stores in Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
People are advised not to eat the products and return them to the store, or if in doubt, throw it out.
There have been four cases of E. coli poisoning linked to beef coming from the X-L Foods plant in Brooks, Alta.
For more information, visit the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's website here.