Honey in Canada recalled over presence of metronidazole

January 20, 2023 Canada

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency recalled Punjab King Pure honey from the markets in Canada due to chemical contamination of Metronidazole in honey . The Canadian Food Inspection Agency advised that Consumers and retail should not consume, use, sell, serve or distribute recalled products. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the location where they were purchased. Details of recalled honey marketed in Ontario and Quebec. Punjab King Pure Honey is being recalled in Canada because testing found metronidazole, an antibiotic. This antibiotic can cause neurological abnormalities, such as seizures, in some people and should not be taken without a prescription. It is used to treat infections of the vagina, stomach, liver, skin, joints, brain and spinal cord, lungs, heart, or bloodstream. Metronidazole can also cause health problems in anyone who consumed alcohol within the previous two weeks. The recalling firm is Everest Traders Inc.
Punjab King Pure Honey | 500 g | Best Before: 2024/AL/10
Punjab King Pure Honey » 1 kg | Best Before 2024/AL/10

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