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Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products

 
Cartel™
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Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
[link to www.timescolonist.com]

Reason for recall:
Extraneous Material


Vancouver Island only

• Island Farms 1% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00139 2

• Island Farms 2% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00119 4

• Island Farms 3.25% homogenized milk, 4L — 0 57726 00109 5

• Island Farms skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00129 3

• Natrel 1% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44115 7

• Natrel 2% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44317 5

• Natrel 3.25% homogenized milk, 4L — 0 64420 44117 1

• Natrel skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44417 2

British Columbia

• Island Farms 1% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00203 0

• Island Farms 2% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00202 3

• Island Farms 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 1L — 0 57726 00166 8

• Island Farms 3.25% homogenized milk, 2L — 0 57726 00201 1

• Island Farms skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00204 7

• Lucerne skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07890 3

• Lucerne 1% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07892 7

• Lucerne 2% Partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07894 1

• Lucerne 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07898 9

• Lucerne 3.25 % homogenized milk, 2L — 8 21954 07896 5

• Natrel 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 1L — 0 64420 00199 3

Then there was a recall 3 days ago too:

Food Recall Warning - Foremost brand milk products recalled due to possible presence of sharp metal objects
[link to www.inspection.gc.ca]

Last Edited by Cartel™ on 06/16/2017 10:44 AM
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06/16/2017 10:51 AM
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


Human sperms! evil3jerkit
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06/16/2017 10:56 AM
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Its Radiation from Fukushima or some leftover chem-trails I expect.
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06/16/2017 11:17 AM

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Last Edited by Cartel™ on 06/16/2017 11:20 AM
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06/18/2017 11:15 AM

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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Slime in ice cream also. Had to switch to the more expensive brands.
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06/18/2017 11:19 AM
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
milk is for babies anyway.

who drinks that shit as an adult?
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06/18/2017 11:22 AM

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Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


indeed.

why toss away the most useful and nourishing part of the milk?

low fat milk is linked to many illness, including Parkinson's and diabetes
Beginnings! that which give shape and life to things that were once only possiblilities
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06/18/2017 11:23 AM

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milk is for babies anyway.

who drinks that shit as an adult?
 Quoting: Grove Street


I do.

Last Edited by beeches on 06/18/2017 11:27 AM
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And they laughed at Trump for critiszing their dairy industry practices.
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


You think its being recalled for cream content?

So the 2% actually has a touch too much cream and it should be labeled whole or half and half?

That this is some equipment malfunction?

I've had dairy products with slime in it, it was revolting.
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
The foreign material found in the product is milk.
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06/18/2017 11:52 AM
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
The recall is for possible sharp metal objects in the milk product, limited to Vancouver Island, but all of BC should probably check out their milk as well.
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
The foreign material found in the product is milk.
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95% of GLP won't get what you mean.


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i bought milk and ccream for coffee{4 kids}when I received automated phone call from Costco telling us to dump it and return container.yes on Vancouver isl
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The foreign material found in the product is milk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75101432


OMG.
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06/18/2017 12:28 PM

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And the stupid bastards have the gall to say our milk isn't good enough! Hey canuck's FU!
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


the dairy industry has a disaster control.

it's probably white blood cells from tumors in the cows.
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Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


the dairy industry has a disaster control.

it's probably white blood cells from tumors in the cows.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14699617


no, I change my guess.

It was radioactive material from the water runoff from the nuclear plants into the grasslands.
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muzzie terrorist fecal matter?
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And they laughed at Trump for critiszing their dairy industry practices.
 Quoting: centrist77


Yep, a large number of wi dairy farmers lost their contracts to Canada overnight and had to quickly find a new alternative to go with all their milk
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Ive worked maintenance in a dairy packaging plant. It is horrific the filth and bullshit that goes on there. Ive posted a bit on other threads. People should stay away from milk.
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Dairy 101: The Canada-U.S. milk spat explained

Diafiltered milk, or ultrafiltered milk as the Americans call it, is milk that has been finely filtered through a membrane in order to target its protein content. It has a similar consistency to coconut milk and typically has a very high protein content (greater than 40 per cent). When raw milk is processed for butterfat (necessary for making butter) it is separated into two parts: butterfat and what’s called ‘non-fat solids,’ commonly referred to as milk ingredients. Diafiltered milk is non-fat solids that have been processed one step further.

An American invention, diafiltered milk is used primarily by dairy processors in Canada to make cheese because it produces higher yields while making less waste (in this case skim milk). Skim milk, due to oversupply, is often dumped or used on farms as animal feed or dried down to powder form. Its oversupply has been a longstanding issue that the dairy industry has been grappling with for years.

Major diafiltered milk production plants have been built in recent years along the Canada-U.S. border in states like New York and Wisconsin to service Canadian demand. Because of an ongoing oversupply of milk – and its ingredients – within the United States, the American dairy industry has been exporting the product in liquid form to Canadian processors. The Canadian Border Services Agency considers it to be a protein ingredient and therefore it is not subject to Canada’s high dairy tariffs.

Further, because the product was invented post-NAFTA, Canadian officials have been told that they are not allowed to subject American diafiltered milk imports to what’s known as a tariff rate quota (TRQ) – that cap the amount of product allowed in. That’s meant the American dairy industry has had complete and unfettered access to the Canadian market place for diafiltered milk for several years. (Diafiltered milk is not used by American dairy processors.)

Canadian dairy farmers have repeatedly demanded Ottawa crack down on these imports by enforcing Canadian cheese standards that require cheese be made with a certain amount of milk. Farmers, particularly those in Quebec, have argued the American product is displacing Canadian milk sales and are putting their operations at risk. Discussions on the matter are ongoing, however, no changes to the import rules around the product have been made as of yet.

At the moment, Canadian processors are not equipped to make diafiltered milk – although iPolitics has been told some companies are in the process of making investments to do so.

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milk is for babies anyway.

who drinks that shit as an adult?
 Quoting: Grove Street


I have drank about a gallon a day for the last 30 years or more!!!
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Uh oh!

(it's semen)
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Did they find the source of the sharp metal objects?
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
[link to www.timescolonist.com]

Reason for recall:
Extraneous Material


Vancouver Island only

• Island Farms 1% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00139 2

• Island Farms 2% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00119 4

• Island Farms 3.25% homogenized milk, 4L — 0 57726 00109 5

• Island Farms skimmed milk, 4L — 0 57726 00129 3

• Natrel 1% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44115 7

• Natrel 2% partly skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44317 5

• Natrel 3.25% homogenized milk, 4L — 0 64420 44117 1

• Natrel skimmed milk, 4L — 0 64420 44417 2

British Columbia

• Island Farms 1% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00203 0

• Island Farms 2% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00202 3

• Island Farms 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 1L — 0 57726 00166 8

• Island Farms 3.25% homogenized milk, 2L — 0 57726 00201 1

• Island Farms skimmed milk, 2L — 0 57726 00204 7

• Lucerne skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07890 3

• Lucerne 1% partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07892 7

• Lucerne 2% Partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07894 1

• Lucerne 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 2L — 8 21954 07898 9

• Lucerne 3.25 % homogenized milk, 2L — 8 21954 07896 5

• Natrel 1% chocolate partly skimmed milk, 1L — 0 64420 00199 3

Then there was a recall 3 days ago too:

Food Recall Warning - Foremost brand milk products recalled due to possible presence of sharp metal objects
[link to www.inspection.gc.ca]
 Quoting: Cartel™


theres been a change in our milk in the uk too it becomes slime when left to go cold in tea....
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Ive worked maintenance in a dairy packaging plant. It is horrific the filth and bullshit that goes on there. Ive posted a bit on other threads. People should stay away from milk.
 Quoting: Jizzer


again, the eeeee face --> eekalert

h h h ,, I'll esp take ur word for it just cuz of ur name
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Re: Huge milk recall in Canada: 'foreign material' found in milk products
Looking at the list, the foreign material is probably cream.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24251331


indeed.

why toss away the most useful and nourishing part of the milk?

low fat milk is linked to many illness, including Parkinson's and diabetes
 Quoting: beeches


I dont know how people drink that blue liquid. I grew up on a dairy farm and wouldn't wash my boots with 2%


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