Bottled water in Canada recalled due to arsenic concerns
Friday, March 16, 2007
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a health hazard alert, March 14, 2007, regarding Ark Land brand of bottled water, Naturally Carbonated Mineral Water. It is warning the public not to consume the product, as it may contain arsenic.
The CFIA did not indicate, in the Alert, what levels of arsenic were found in the product.
The mineral water was sold in Ontario and Quebec, but may have also been distributed throughout Canada. The product, produced by Arzni Source, was imported from Armenia by Klukva Pure Inc., of Toronto.
The importer, Klukva Pure Inc., has begun the removal of product from store shelves, under the direction of the CFIA.
The product recall affects the following Ark Land brand Naturally Carbonated Mineral Water:
- Size: 330 mL, UPC: 7 85000 12033 9
- Size: 500 mL, UPC: 7 85000 12050 6
Both sizes show a "Best Before" date of 09.05.07
For more information, consumers and industry are encouraged to call the CFIA at 1-800-442-2342.
- Health Hazard Alert. "ARSENIC IN ARK LAND BRAND NATURALLY CARBONATED MINERAL WATER" — , March 14, 2007
- CBC News Staff. "Ark Land bottled water may contain arsenic, Canada's food watchdog warns" — , March 15, 2007
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