After a few days they might ask for this info.
- brand name of product
- size, universal product code, best before date
- location and name of the store where the product was purchased
- date of purchase
- your home address (so that we know which CFIA regional office to refer to your inquiry to)
- a daytime number where an inspector can reach you
You should keep the remaining product in case a sample is needed for an investigation.
Because Canadian Springs does not have enough faulty product in stores, and the CFIA’s budget is only big enough to test 300 samples of bottled water for 1 particular thing… Instead of a realistic amount of samples, and for more then 1 thing they don’t anticipate on finding.
This is my last blog entry. Take care of yourself!