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Meat products contain undeclared soy and wheat

Consumers with wheat or soy allergies are being warned not to eat certain Bahay-Kubo and Ongpin Cuisine meat products because they contain undeclared wheat and soy.

The products were distributed in Ontario, said the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, which issued the alert Wednesday.

The manufacturer, Gardena Food Corporation, of Scarborough, Ontario, is voluntarily recalling the affected products from the marketplace.

The recall affects Bahay-Kubo Chicken Embutido Chicken Meat Loaf bearing the code 7 74310 96120 6, Bahay-Kubo Pork Embutido Pork Meat Loaf with the code 7 74310 96110 7, Bahay-Kubo Pork - Bola Steamed Bun with Meat Ball bearing the code 7 74310 96030 8, Bahay-Kubo Chicken Bola Steamed Bun with Chicken Ball with the code 7 74310 96020.

It also affects Ongpin Cuisine Pork Lumpia Shanghai Style Pork Spring Roll, bearing the code 8 78052 00013 8.

For more information, consumers can call the CFIA at 1-800-442-2342/TTY 1-800-465-7735.

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