Loblaw is recalling certain No Name brand chicken burgers from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. 

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says that consumers should not consume the recalled product described below.

Loblaw said in a press release that the recall was out of an "abundance of caution." 

Select packages of No Name® Chicken Burgers with the best before code "2019 FE 06" or inner bag code "0378M" and UPC 060383166366 sold before June 2, 2018, are recalled "since they may pose a risk to consumers if improperly prepared. Improper handling and preparation of these and any other raw chicken products could expose consumers to salmonella," Loblaw said in the release.

According to Health Canada, the risk of contracting salmonella can be avoided if safe food handling, preparation and cooking practices are followed. All consumers are advised to properly follow cooking instructions on food packaging and cook frozen raw, breaded chicken products to a safe internal temperature of at least 74°C (165°F).

Loblaw says that they have removed all affected products from store shelves. Customers can return the product to any store where No Name® products are sold and the customer service desk will provide a full refund.


Recalled products

Brand Name Common Name Size Code(s) on Product UPC
no name Chicken Burgers 1 kg Outer package: 2019 FE 06
Inner package: 0378M
0 60383 16636 6