PC pork loin roast and Café Paris nougat recalled across Canada due to undeclared allergens

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      Two food products from different companies are being recalled across Canada, including in British Columbia, due to undeclared ingredients that could cause reactions by those who have food allergies.

      On January 2, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced that KML Foods is recalling Café Paris brand Soft Nougat—Almond, Pistachio, and Honey (150 grams) from the marketplace due to undeclared milk as an ingredient that isn’t declared on the label.

      The affected product is sold with the UPC 0 63493 33198 3 and code UCKCK.

      A consumer complaint prompted the recall and there has been one reported reaction due to consumption of the product.

      Anyone with the product should throw it away or return it to the place of purchase.  

      Anyone who has an allergy to milk should not consume this product as it could cause a serious or life-threatening reaction.

      Canadian Food Inspection Agency

      Then on January 6, the CIFA announced that Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling President’s Choice brand Maple Apple Seasoned Pork Loin Roast because it contains mustard that isn’t declared on the label.

      The affected product is sold in 730 gram packages with UPC 0 60383 20663 5 and the best before date “2020-JA-10”.    

      Although there haven’t been any reported reactions associated with this product yet, anyone with an allergy to mustard should not consume this product as it could cause a serious or even life-threatening reaction.

      Anyone who has this product should dispose of it or return it to where it was purchased.

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