Asian bean curd and turnip cake food products recalled in B.C. due to undeclared allergens

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      Two Asian cuisine food products are being recalled in British Columbia and Alberta due to undeclared ingredients on their packages that may result in allergic reactions to some consumers.

      On June 26, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced that Allied Global Sourcing Inc. began recalling Emme Foods brand’s ShangHai Style Deep Fried Turnip Cake because it may contain undeclared egg and Shrimp.

      The affected product is sold in a 320 gram package (containing four 80 gram cakes) with UPC code 6 292640 000265 and includes all products with any dates that don’t have egg or shrimp declared on the label.

      Anyone with allergies to egg or shrimp should not eat this product. Anyone who has this product should dispose of it or return it to the place of purchase.

      According to the CIFA, the recall was initiated after a customer complaint and there has been one reported reaction associated with consumption of this product.

      Sanwu brand Spicy Hot Bean Curd
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

      Then on June 27, the CFIA announced that Clover Trading Co. Ltd. Issued a recall for Sanwu brand Spicy Hot Bean Curd because it contains undeclared sesame and wheat.

      The product is sold in a 150 gram package with UPC number 6 905475 352002 and includes all products with any dates that do not have sesame or wheat declared on the label.

      There haven’t been any reported reactions associated with the consumption of this product yet.

      However, anyone with allergies to sesame or wheat, or who have celiac disease or other gluten-related disorders, should not consume this product as it could cause a serious or life-threatening reaction.

      Anyone who has this recalled product should throw it out or return it to where it was purchased.