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Canada's food watchdog is warning consumers not to eat Sun Rich and A&P brand cut cantaloupe products because they may be tainted with salmonella.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Tuesday the fruit products were distributed in Ontario and Quebec. Brampton-based Sun Rich Fresh Foods Inc. is also pulling the products from hotels and restaurants in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes.

The cut fruit products are believed to contain cantaloupes from the Honduras-based grower Agropecuaria Montelibano, which is believed to be linked with a salmonella outbreak in the U.S. and Canada.

The recall affects the following products:

Sun Rich Fruit Salad, 511 g, UPC 0 60243 00540 8, best before date 2008-MAR-26.

Sun Rich Fruit Salad, 907 g, UPC 0 60243 00541 5, best before date 2008-MAR-26. 

Sun Rich Fruit Tray, 1.82 kg, UPC 0 60243 01100 3, best before date 2008-MAR-26.

Sun Rich Cantaloupe Chunks, 511 g, UPC 0 60243 01056 3, best before date 2008-MAR-26.

Sun Rich Mixed Melon, 511 g, UPC 0 60243 01059 4, best before date 2008-MAR-26.

A&P Fruit Salad, 3.63 kg, UPC 0 60243 00573 6, best before date 2008-APR-08.

No related illnesses have been reported.

The CFIA warns that food tainted with salmonella may not look or smell spoiled, but the bacteria can cause symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Young children, the elderly and people with weak immune systems may be particularly vulnerable to serious or deadly infections.

On Saturday, the CFIA issued an advisory, warning consumers that Agropecuaria Montelibano cantaloupes were distributed by Safeway stores in B.C., as well as through Federated Co-Op in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and the Yukon.

Consumers with questions can call the CFIA at 1-800-442-2342.

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