Miss Vickie’s Recalls Potato Chip Products Due to Glass Found in Bags

Miss Vickie’s Recalls Potato Chip Products Due to Glass Found in Bags
Miss Vickie's Canada is recalling some kettle cooked chips in various-sized packages due to a possible glass contamination. (Canadian Food Inspection Agency Handout)
Isaac Teo

Miss Vickie’s Canada is recalling some Kettle Cooked Potato Chips due to possible glass contamination.

The company says there are “isolated reports of the presence of a small piece of glass found at the bottom of the bag.”

“One minor dental injury has been reported to date. The company is working closely with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to coordinate the recall,” the company continued.

The CFIA says the products were sold online and in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec.

Recalled products include Applewood Smoked BBQ, Spicy Dill Pickle, Jalapeno, Sea Salt and Malt Vinegar, Original Recipe, Sweet Southern BBQ, Sweet Chili and Sour Cream, and assorted multi-packs.

The package sizes range from 24 grams to 550 grams that come with individual packages and multi-packs with a variety of flavours.

Consumers should not consume the products and retailers should not sell the recalled products.

CFIA also urged consumers to throw out or return the products to where they were purchased.

The full list of the recalled products with their sizes and UPC codes can be found on the CFIA’s website.
With files from The Canadian Press.