Coming to a province near you! Even more Canadians are being advised to avoid certain types of Miss Vickies, with more recalls now in effect. \nAfter issuing recalls in Ontario, Quebec, and provinces in Atlantic Canada early this month, the chip company is now warning people in Saskatchewn, Alberta, and Manitoba that their chip bags could have tiny pieces of glass in them. \nEditor's Choice: The CRA Has Entry-Level Jobs Available That Can Pay Up To $47K\n\n\n“\n\n\nOne impacted product was inadvertently shipped to retail customers in Alberta, Brandon — Manitoba and Moose Jaw — Saskatchewan\n\n\nMiss Vickie's Canada\n\n\n\nThe company said that some of their initial recalls have been completed but new ones are taking their place as some of the recalled products were distributed in the prairie provinces too.\nThis time, the only flavour to avoid is the original ones. \nUnlike the first batch, where it was reported someone had suffered a dental injury due to the chips, there haven't been any consumer complaints this time around.\nThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency also noted that consumers should not eat these chips and businesses should not sell them. \nThey said that individuals should check to see if they have the affected snacks in their pantries and to throw them away or return them to the location it was purchsed at.\nMiss Vickie's said they are working closely with CFIA in handling the matter.