CFIA Warns People with Milk Allergy, Not to Consume Certain Products

CFIA Warns People with Milk Allergy, Not to Consume Certain Products

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has reported that people having milk allergies should not some consume certain M&M Meat Shops brand sorbet products. The agency has reported that these products may contain milk, which is not declared on the label of these products. These products were sold in 700-milliliter containers and they include Limbo Lemon Sorbet and Mango Fandango Sorbet.

These products have been sold all over Canada and CFIA has reported that there has been one allergic reaction associated with these products. The agency has revealed that consumption of these products may cause a serious or life-threatening reaction in people having milk allergies so people should not consume these products as these could lead them to some disease or even death.

The certain M&M Meat Shops sorbet products should not be consumed, which were manufactured in Ontario, Canada. The manufacturer, Dorgel, Limited of Woodbridge, Ontario, is voluntarily recalling the affected products from the marketplace so that people who have milk allergies should be made aware.

The agency has reported that people should not consume two M&M Meat Shops brand sorbets; they are Limbo Lemon Sorbet and Mango Fandango Sorbet, as they may contain milk and they have not mentioned all the contents on the label.


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