Allergy Alert: Undeclared nuts in Café Tasse chocolate bars
- December 19, 2006 10:48 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
People with allergies to almonds, hazelnut or peanut proteins should not eat certain Café Tasse chocolate bars, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says.
The bars, which failed to list nuts on its labels, are being voluntarily recalled from the marketplace.
Involved in the recall are:
· Noir Praliné, UPC 5 400219 505306
· Lait Noisettes, UPC 5 400219 505207
· Lait, UPC 5 400219 505108
· Noir, UPC 5 400219 505504
· Noir Café, UPC 5 400219 505603
· Noir Orange, UPC 5 400219 515107
The recalled chocolate bars may have been distributed nationally and were sold through online retailers.
There have not been any reports of associated illness, the CFIA says.
Consumers may call the CFIA for more information at 1-800-442-2342.
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