Federal health officials are warning consumers of a brand of Prince Edward Island-produced oysters that may contain salmonella.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Five Star Shellfish-produced “Mixed Oysters” and “Large Standard Oysters” with a harvest date of Aug. 13 are at risk for contamination.
CFIA officials say the products were sold in Ontario, Alberta, and Manitoba, but warn that the products could have been distributed elsewhere.
CFIA warns that food contaminated with salmonella may not look visibly altered or smell different, but can still make you sick. Pregnant women, children, the elderly, and those with a weakened immune system are especially at risk.