Thirty different types of sliced and packaged bread were collected as a precautionary measure after a lamp was broken in the production area of a bakery in St. John's.
The voluntary recall was initiated on December 27, according to a spokesman for Bimbo Canada, the company that represents the brands.
The potentially affected products were sold only in Newfoundland and Labrador, according to a company statement.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said on its website "Several brands of baked goods recalled due to pieces of glass" and listed the recall date on January 4.
Some of the affected brands include Ben & # 39; s, Dempster's Great Value and Villaggio.
The affected products are sliced breads with the best dates from January 4, January 7, January 8 and January 10, 2019.
No injuries reported: company
Bimbo Canada said there were no reports of illness or related customer complaints.
"We stop production at our St John facility and resolve the issue immediately. Consumers are our first priority and we take all necessary steps to mitigate any potential risks and eliminate other occurrences," the company's statement said.
The complete list is on the website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
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