The products were made by Robert Waite in P.E.I.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says at least one person has been injured associated with the recall.
The fresh fruit was sold from June 1 to Aug. 22.
Thomson International, a California Company, has expanded its recall of red, yellow, white and sweet yellow onions.
If you get them, don't plant them — report them.
"Brushing" could be part of a bigger identity fraud ring, experts say.
The CFIA is investigating reports of unsolicited mailings containing "unauthorized seeds."
The company has faced allegations of animal mistreatment in the past.
The products are at risk for sanitizer contamination.
The kits were sold in five provinces and traced back to Salinas, Calif.