Sandwiches recalled in Maritimes
- March 5, 2007 10:08 AM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
A lack of allergy-warning labels has prompted Sandwich Factory of western P.E.I. to voluntarily recall some of its product.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning people with certain allergies not to eat the company's subs and sandwiches. CFIA said the product labels on the food fail to declare it contains allergens such as egg, milk, soy and anchovy.
The agency says on its website that it has not received any reports of illness, but it does warn eating these products may cause serious illness or death for people with allergies.
The affected products include steak subs, chicken caesar subs, and chicken caesar bacon wraps. The sandwiches, made by Sandwich Factory Foods of Bloomfield, have been distributed throughout the Maritimes.
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