The Food Safety and Standards Authority of Canada (FSSAIC) is issuing a warning about the use of certain organics on food and beverages, including those sold by the organic brands espoma, organic food and milk, organic pet foods and pet food, and organic frozen food and drinks.
FSSAIC issued the warning on Monday after the company that makes the products, Espoma, came under fire for the sale of an organic brand called “Lime and Lime.”
The products were sold at several Costco locations.
The FSSAIAC says in its notice that the “use of certain organic products could lead to foodborne illnesses or adverse reactions.”
It’s not clear if the FSSA is warning consumers against using the products.
It’s also not clear what, if any, risks the products pose to consumers.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said in a statement that it is investigating the recall of the products as a result of an incident in which it was notified by a consumer.
The CFIA is asking consumers to contact their local Costco for information on what to do if they think they have any of the recalled products.
The recall was announced in early October.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The FSSAiac said that it has identified approximately 3,000 organic food products that may have been contaminated with potentially harmful levels of salmonella bacteria.
It added that the affected products were used for “organic home cooking and/or home care products” and did not contain any other organics.
It also said that the products tested positive for “sulfur-containing bacteria,” a possible indication that the product may have come from the “salt water” factory that makes salt water, which is a key ingredient in many salt water-based products.
The company also said in the statement that “these products have been tested for salmonellosis, salmonecaemia, and enterococci and no adverse reactions have been reported.”
The FSAA says the product recall was initially issued because of a “systemic problem” in the Saltwater Salt Factory that was reported to the FSAA by Costco, which operates a Saltwater, British Columbia, plant.
The statement did not say what led to the initial investigation.
The firm also did not provide a list of the affected Costco stores or say whether or not any customers were affected.
The Saltwater salt factory is located in Burnaby, British Colombia, and is part of the Salt River Corporation.
The Saltwater Plant is one of several saltwater salt factories that have been closed in recent years due to environmental problems, environmental concerns, and the threat of toxic contamination from the toxic waste.
In 2010, the Canadian government shut down the Salt Water Plant in Canada, Canada’s second largest saltwater plant.