( Courtesy Canadian Food Inspection Agency )

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced that two Randsland brand kale products because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Randsland Farms Inc., Canning, Nova Scotia, recalled the products after the Canadian agency detected the listeria during routine inspections, according to a Canadian Food Inspection Agency news release.

The kale products were sent to retailers in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nova Scotia provinces. No illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall, and the CFIA is verifying that the recalled items are being removed from the marketplace, according to the release.

The recall, announced Sept. 24, is for:

  • Super Salad Kit, 454 grams, with a Universal Product Code of 0 57225 00005 6 and a product code of 2919071 100119; and
  • Kale, 340 grams, with a UPC of 0 57225 00006 3 and a product code of 2919071 1000119.