For additional information about U.S. recalls and salmonella cases linked to the Daniella mangoes, please see "U.S. distributor, retailers recall Daniella mangoes"and "United Supermarkets joins mango recall"
(UPDATED COVERAGE, Aug. 27) Canadian officials updated a public warning about Mexican mangoes, identifying Daniella brand as those being recalled by distributor North American Produce Sales because of possible salmonella contamination.
Several illnesses have been confirmed in relation to consumption of the fruit, according to the Canadian government.
The Daniella mangoes were sold individually. Their stickers included the Price Look-Up code of 4959 and other information, according to the Canadian Food inspection Agency. Retailers sold the mangoes between July 12 and August 14.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted the original voluntary recall notice from the Vancouver, British Columbia-based distributor Aug. 24.
The CFIA updated notice said the fruit "may have been" distributed in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon.
The CFIA notice did not include any other traceability information. Officials at the distributor were not immediately available for comment.