Cookie dough bought nationally by way of fundraisers has been added to the listing of merchandise being recalled on account of potential E. coli contamination in flour.

The Public Well being Company of Canada has beforehand warned it isn’t protected to style or eat uncooked dough or batter no matter the kind of flour used as a result of uncooked flour may be contaminated with micro organism.

The collection of recollects started in March with a batch of Robin Hood flour produced at a Saskatoon plant.

A Public Well being Company of Canada investigation discovered 30 sicknesses from E. coli O121 in six provinces: thirteen instances in British Columbia, 4 in Saskatchewan, 5 in Alberta, one in Ontario, one in Quebec and 5 in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Darkish chocolate/white chocolate chunk cookie dough made by In-Dey-Go Fundraising Inc. was bought nationally by way of numerous faculties and fundraising organizations. It was added to the recall on June sixteen.

Tart shells and deep dish pie shells made by an Edmonton-based mostly bakery and distributed nationally are additionally being recalled. (CFIA)

The next merchandise bought nationally have been additionally added to the recall this month:

  • No Identify Sweetened Tart Shells 570 g, Greatest earlier than dates: 2017 DE 21, 2017 DE 23 
  • Nice Worth Deep Dish Pie Shells 380 g, Greatest earlier than date: 2017 DE 23
  • Nice Worth Tart Shells 570 g, Greatest earlier than date: 2017 DE 22 

The entire record of meals gadgets included within the recall so far is out there on the Canadian Meals Inspection Company web site.

Though the micro organism might not trigger contaminated meals to look or odor spoiled, the CFIA says it could nonetheless make you sick.

Attainable signs embrace nausea, vomiting, delicate to extreme stomach cramps, and watery to bloody diarrhea.