The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Queen Victoria brand spinach, which has been distributed nationally, may be contaminated with salmonella, according to eCanadaNow.
The Queen Victoria brand fresh baby Spinach is apparently not affected by this alert.
The CFIA says the likelihood of any remaining affected product being sold at the retail outlets is remote, but some consumers may still have the spinach in their refrigerators. Consumers are warned not to consume the contaminated product.
So far there have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of the spinach but the agency cautions that salmonella bacteria can be present in food that does not look or smell spoiled.