Korean rice seasoning product recalled in B.C. due to undeclared milk, wheat, egg, and oysters

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      A food recall issued this week for a Korean brand of rice seasoning has expanded to encompass several products.

      On June 1, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced that T-Brothers Food and Trading was recalling some of its Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes due to undeclared egg content.

      Then from June 5 and 7, the recall expanded to more Daesang products due to undeclared milk, oyster, and wheat ingredients.

      According to the CFIA, there has been one reported reaction associated with the consumption of these products thus far.

      The products are distributed in British Columbia, as well as Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Due to additional importers, there are also separate recalls issued for Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec.

      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

      The recall in British Columbia includes the following Daesang products:

      • Boc Rice vegetable-flavour seasoning (24 grams): all codes without egg declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 404028
      • Seafood Rice Sprinkles seasoning (24 grams): all codes without egg, milk, oyster, and wheat declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 724874
      • Beef Rice Sprinkles seasoning (24 grams): all codes without egg, milk, oyster, and wheat declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 724850
      • Vegetable Rice Sprinkles seasoning (24 grams): all codes without egg, milk, and oyster declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 724867
      • Boc Rice beef-flavour seasoning (24 grams): all codes without milk declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 404004
      • Boc Rice shrimp-flavor seasoning (24 grams): all codes without milk and oyster declared on the label with UPC 8 801052 404011
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

      Anyone with these products should return them to the place of purchase or dispose of them.

      Anyone with allergies to egg, milk, wheat, or oysters should not consume these products as they could cause a serious or life-threatening reaction.

      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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