Marshmallows Recalled Due To Possible Mouse Contamination At Ikea Canada

Ew, this is gross – According to CBC News, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has released a statement that marshmallows from IKEA could contain ‘harmful’ bacteria. The candy has been recalled in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, and Alberta.

The recall is due to possible contamination caused by a mouse infection, says the agency. “The candy, called Godis Paskkyckling, is sold in 100-gram bags and “may contain harmful bacteria,” according to a news release from the CFIA sent out Tuesday night.

Luckily, there have been no reported illnesses so far. Ikea Canada is asking customers to throw out the product or return it to the store.