Products made at the Hershey's chocolate factory in Smiths Falls, Ont., were recalled in 2006 over salmonella fears. (Tom Hanson/Canadian Press)
Hershey's chocolates and candies recalled two years ago over salmonella fears and subsequently stolen from a recycling depot are being sold not just in Toronto but in other Ontario cities as well, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Sunday.
Last Thursday, the CFIA said at least 640 recalled chocolate bars had been recovered from five stores in the Toronto area. The agency updated its advisory Sunday to include a small number of stores in the Niagara Falls and Oshawa areas.
Agency spokesman Garfield Balsom said more of the products might be for sale in other convenience and variety stores.
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.
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