Undeclared milk protein in imported cereal powder
- September 11, 2006 11:39 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
Yam and vegetable cereal powder manufactured by Hsin Tung Yang should not be consumed by people with allergies to milk protein, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has warned.
The powder, imported from Taiwan, contains milk protein which is not declared on its label.
The agency is conducting an ongoing investigating and monitoring the effectiveness of the voluntary recall.
No associated illnesses have been reported, but consumption of this product could cause a serious or life-threatening reaction in a person with allergies to milk protein.
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