Toronto grocery store to reopen after illness sent customers to hospital

A Toronto grocery store was evacuated after some staff and customers became ill Saturday, but the Loblaw store should reopen Monday after being given the all clear.

The food chain said four customers and seven employees were affected by symptoms that “include vomiting and to a lesser degree, diarrhea” but all were recovering.

While media reports said the illnesses were caused by a chemical leak, the chain said tests found no such evidence.