CFIA recalls 23 products from Kredl's Corner Market
Recall is due to a number of undisclosed allergens contained in food sold by the Hampton store
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall of more than 20 products from Kredl’s Corner Market in Hampton.
The recall is due to a number of undisclosed allergens, including eggs, milk, sesame seeds and sulphates.
The recall covers 23 items under the Kredl's Corner Market Brand packed up to and including May 14, 2014.
The products range from potato salad and hummus to salsa and vinaigrettes.
The recall was ordered on May 26.
Dave Wolpin, the store's owner, said on Tuesday store updated its labels on May 14, the day the inspection happened, to properly include allergens.