According to an alert issued by the agency on Wednesday, the affected products were sold between March and November 2022 and were contaminated with the bacteria Bacillus cereus, Health Canada‘s sampling and evaluation program has found.
Approximately 10,686 units of the affected teethers were sold across Canada by major retailers and independent retailers, Elfe Juvenile Products and Luv N’ Care Ltd. stated in a press release.
Although these bacteria generally do not cause illness in healthy individuals, they can affect children with weakened immune systems, a statement on the Health Canada website, says.
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