Monday, January 26, 2009

Allergy Alert: Marché Esposito Recalls Three Products

January 26, 2009

The Québec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) has announced a recall of three Marché Esposito brand items due to the presence of undeclared allergens.

All packages carrying a packaging date up to and including 20 janvier 2009 (January 20, 2009) of the following items were recalled:
  • Halvah pistache (Pistachio halvah): undeclared nuts and peanuts
  • Salade de pomme de terre (Potato salad): undeclared eggs and sulfite
  • Salade macaroni (Macaroni salad): undeclared eggs

The products were sold only at Marché Esposito, 340 Marcel Laurin, St-Laurent, QC.

Individuals who are allergic to eggs, peanuts or other nuts, or who are sensitive to sulfites, may experience a severe reaction after eating even a small quantity of these products. Consumers should either discard the items, or return them to Marché Esposito for a refund.

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