Source: Alexandra Mae Jones, ctvnews.ca, January 25, 2021
The products are being recalled because the level of benzalkonium chloride in them is twice the amount allowed for personal or domestic use.
TORONTO — Health Canada has announced a recall for a number of “Anti-Microbe” hand sanitizer products, some of which were distributed to schools in Quebec for children to use.
In an advisory posted Friday, the agency said the company Atoms F.D. Inc was recalling several hand sanitizers that had 0.3 per cent benzalkonium chloride in them. All of the hand sanitizers recalled either had “Anti-Microbe” in their name or had the Drug Identification Number (DIN) of 02248351.
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