Shirakiku frozen Japanese fish cake recalled due to undeclared egg

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      A Japanese fish cake product is being recalled in several Canadian provinces due to an undeclared allegen among its ingredients.

      The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced on July 10 that Wismettac Asian Foods is recalling its Shirakiku brand Frozen Fish Cakes because they may contain egg that is not declared on the label.

      Anyone allergic to eggs should not consume this product and the CFIA advises anyone who has this product to dispose of it or return it to the place of purchase.

      The product was distributed in B.C., Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec.

      The recall includes two types of Shirakiku’s Fried Fish Cake, both sold in 150 gram packages: Gobou Maki with UPC 0 74410 92555 0 and Ika Maki with UPC 0 74410 92556 7.

      On July 16, the recall expanded to include Shirakiku's Fried Fish Cake Age Ball (Item 92557) with UPC 0 74410 93557 4 and Satsuma Age with UPC 0 74410 92559 8, both also sold in 150 gram packages. 

      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

      The recall encompasses products with all date codes where egg is not declared on the label.

      No reactions associated with the consumption of this product have been reported yet.

      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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