Calgary Co-op store finds more evidence of food tampering

CALGARY — There’s been another incident of food tampering at a Calgary grocery store.

CALGARY — There’s been another incident of food tampering at a Calgary grocery store.

Calgary Co-op said in a news release late Wednesday that it found evidence of tampering in a few produce items at its Oakridge Centre store.

Last month, the same store temporarily closed after metal stick pins were found in some bulk bakery items, block cheeses and plastic juice bottles.

Police are adding the latest incident to its ongoing investigation.

The company is asking customers who recently bought items at the store to check them for tampering and if they are unsure, they may return it for a full refund.

A search of products in the store was being done and the store was to reopen Thursday morning.