The presence of egg is not declared: recall expanded to the Burgers to the chicken Stampede

News 21 March, 2018
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    Wednesday, march 21, 2018 17:37

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    OTTAWA – Erie Meat Products Limited is conducting a recall of the product Burgers chicken Stampede of the mark selection of the clog due to the presence of undeclared eggs on the packaging.

    The product may cause reactions in people allergic to eggs.

    “No reaction linked to the consumption of the product has not been reported” to this day, the Agency said canadian food inspection agency (CFIA), by issuing a press release.

    A first reminder had been notified by the CFIA on march 16, but on Wednesday, after a survey on food safety conducted by the Agency, new elements have emerged, particularly in relation to the distribution of the product.

    Thus, it has been sold in Ontario and Quebec, what we already knew, but also in three of the Atlantic provinces, namely Prince Edward island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

    The recall involves the product of 1.4 kg, either the code 8 29810 or the code 93280 2.

    It is recommended that consumers dispose of the packaging or bring it in store to get a refund.