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Voluntary Product Recall Alert: PC Chocolate Covered Raisins Pack Size of 908 Grams as it may Contain Some Chocolate Covered Almonds

BRAMPTON, ON, Nov. 12, 2012 /CNW/ - Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw) is voluntarily recalling the 908 grams pack size of PC Chocolate Covered Raisins (UPC 060383982034) with Best Before (BB) date of "2013 JL 15" as it may contain some chocolate covered  almonds. The product is intended to only contain chocolate covered raisins.  Other pack sizes and lot codes of this product are not affected by this voluntary recall.

Loblaw Companies banner stores have removed the affected items from sale.

Customers can return the products to any Loblaw banner stores and the customer service desk will provide a full refund (including without receipt) or contact customer service at 1-888-495-5111 or customerservice@presidentschoice.ca.

The product was sold at:

  • Ontario: Cash & Carry®, Real Canadian Wholesale Club®, Extra Foods®, Fortinos®, Freshmart Affiliated and Independent, Loblaws® nofrills® Real Canadian Superstore® valu-mart®,  Your Independent Grocer®, Zehrs®
  • Atlantic / Atlantique: Dominion® , Freshmart/Red & White  Affiliated, Freshmart/Red&White Atl Affiliated, nofrills®, SaveEasy® Atlantic Superstore®
  • Québec: AXEP® Affiliated,  Group Distribution Independents, Intermarche®  Affilliated, Loblaws®  Quebec Corporate, Maxi & Cie®  Corporate, Maxi®  Corporate, Provigo®  Associated, Provigo®  Corporate, Provigo®  Franchise
  • West / Ouest: Extra Foods®, nofrills®, Real Canadian Wholesale Club®, Shop Easy® SuperValu® Real Canadian Superstore®, Westfair Independents, Your Independent Grocer®

For a complete list of store information please visit: http://loblawstores.ca/LCLOnline/

We sincerely apologize to our valued customers for any inconvenience or concern due to the unavailability of this product and its voluntary recall. The health and safety of our customers is paramount to us and we are committed to providing our customers with a clean and safe store environment and offering products that are produced, sourced and handled responsibly.

SOURCE Loblaw Companies Limited

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