The products — including Oh Henry!, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Glosettes — were recalled in November 2006 after Hershey's detected Salmonella bacteria in its plant in Smith Falls, Ont.
The following year, some of the products were stolen from a Toronto recycling depot that was contracted to collect and dispose of the questionable products.
At least 640 chocolate bars have now been recovered from five stores in the Toronto area, the CFIA said. Agency spokesman Garfield Balsom said more of the products might be for sale in other convenience and variety stores.
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