More on the botulism carrot juice from the National Post:
Toronto health officials continue to scour the city for bottles of carrot juice after two people were paralyzed with botulism poisoning after consuming the drink.
Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Toronto’s associate medical officer of health, said that after issuing an order to recall three brands of carrot juice, a team of Toronto Public Health investigators has inspected almost 800 establishments in the city.
Officials located 11 stores that still had the potentially contaminated drink.
"Inspectors will be visiting up to 400 stores during the next couple of days to ensure that the product isn’t available for consumption," Dr. Yaffe said.