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CFIA issues allergy alert over undeclared walnuts in Brighton Beach chocolates

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning people with allergies to walnuts not to eat certain types of Brighton Beach Golden Chocolate Candy.

The candy contains walnuts which are not declared on the label.

The candy comes in individually wrapped pieces and does not have UPC or any lot code.

They were sold from bulk from the following retail stores in Ontario:
· Aurora Deli, 15408 Yonge St., Aurora.
· Center Deli (Quality Deli & Gourmet), 783 Steeles Ave. W., Toronto.
· Elena Deli, 12977 Yonge St., Oak Ridges.
· Knish Deli (Knish N Co & Deli), 1102 Centre St., Thornhill.
· Tania’s Deli, 2116 Bloor St. W., Toronto.
· Ukranian Store, 96 King St. W., Dundas.
· Vatra Cheese & Deli, 1092 Islington Ave., Toronto.

There have been no reported illnesses in Canada associated with the consumption of this product.

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