You've got to answer to the regulatory body FIRST AND FOREMOST in this situation. SQF is secondary
If you're shipping out of province and/or internationally your governed by CFIA and must follow their procedure. If you only sell within your own province, you must follow the provincial regulations (which are almost a mirror image of the federal ones)
I'm going to say you should recall your product. Just because you hand pack does not mean anything when it comes to glass shards.
And if nothing else, just imagine what it is going to cost the company if you don't and someone gets hurt..................
What did your investigation into the source show??????????? Are your suppliers CanadaGap certified?https://inspection.c...5/1535516168226 Step 3: Identify all food to be recalled
In addition to the food directly affected, determine if:
- any other sizes, brands, or codes or unique identifiers of the same food are affected
- any other food is affected
If this is the case, include this food in your recall.Tips
- Have a traceability system that will allow you to be best prepared for an effective recall. Refer to Part 5 of the SFCR for the regulatory requirements related to traceability.
- Recalls can be triggered by ingredients that were incorporated into your food. To better target affected foods, consider documenting the lot codes or unique identifiers of each ingredient that you incorporate into your food.
- Recalls may also be caused by unsafe packaging material. Ensure you can link packaging materials to the food lot codes you are responsible for. Consider documenting and implementing the following practices:
- Associate packaging materials to their suppliers
- Associate packaging materials to your food lot codes