CFIA issues two warnings over undeclared ingredients
The package of Misori Vermicelli Dumpling is seen in this image. (CFIA)
The Canadian Press
Published Saturday, January 8, 2011 8:30AM EST
OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued two new warnings concerning food products.
The CFIA and Seoul Trading Corporation are telling people with allergies to egg proteins not to consume Misori brand Vermicelli Dumpling and Choripdong brand Vegetable Dumpling.
The products, which have been distributed in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, contain egg that isn't declared on the label.
The CFIA and Sun Fung Foods are also warning people with allergies to egg, gluten, and soy not to consume Ideal Food brand Ideal Spicy Bake Mix.
The product, which has been distributed in Ontario, contains egg, gluten, and soy proteins not declared on the label.
Consumption of these products can cause serious, and even life-threatening reactions, in people with allergies to egg, gluten, and soy. However, no such reactions have been reported in connection with the products mentioned above.