Company issues recall on 7 Iogo yogurt products

Ultima Foods says yogurt may contain pieces of plastic

Seven Iogo yogurt products are being recalled due to the risk they may contain pieces of plastic.

Ultima Foods has issued a voluntary recall on the 93-millilitre Iogo Nano packs of strawberry, vanilla, banana and raspberry flavours and one-litre Iogo smoothe protein packs that come in mango, strawberry and strawberry-raspberry flavours.

The seven products have been sold in B.C. and Alberta. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

There have been no reported injuries from consuming these products, according to Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

An investigation is underway.


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