Rice crackers pulled from marketplace

Canada's food watchdog is recalling certain rice cracker products that failed to list egg, fish, milk, sesame, soy and wheat on the label.

The recall involves Sanko-Seiko rice crackers sold in various weights, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Thursday.

The products were distributed in British Columbia. No associated illnesses have been reported.

Consumption of the products may trigger a serious or life-threatening reaction in people with milk, egg, fish, sesame, soy or wheat allergies.

Importer NTC Industrial Co. Inc. is voluntarily recalling the products from the marketplace and the CFIA is monitoring the effectiveness of the recall.

Recall notice