Foods law

I bought a dill pickle at metro on oct 12 but the product is expired on oct 7. And I went to metro I see them still have those products on the rack. is it possible if I sue them.


Asked almost 3 years ago in Woodbridge, Ontario
Categories: Human Rights

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Omar Ha-Redeye

Answer by Omar Ha-Redeye

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You can read the Human Rights Code online here.  Pickles are not explicitly or implicitly mentioned.
It doesn't sound like you got sick from the pickle, so what would be you be suing them for?
Put your request in writing, and if they still don't comply you can contact your local public health authority or food inspector.

Posted almost 3 years ago

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