CFIA announces jerky recall

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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OTTAWA, Ontario – Stawnichy's Meat Processing is recalling various beef jerky products sold under the company's name because the products contain undeclared allergens, the Canadian Food Inspection agency reported.

The products contain wheat, mustard, soy and sulphites. No allergic reactions have been reported, CFIA noted. The agency said the products were sold in bulk or were repacked at retail.

CFIA said the recall was triggered by the agency's inspection activities. CFIA is conducting an investigation that could lead to additional products being recalled.
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