Korean fish paste recalled in B.C. due to undeclared allergen

Still all over again, a different Korean fish product or service is undergoing a recall in British Columbia owing to undeclared allergens.

The Canadian Meals Inspection Company (CFIA) stated that T-Brothers Meals and Investing released a recall on February 17 for its Jinju fish paste solutions.

The recall was initiated owing to an undeclared allergen—eggs—among the foods product’s components.

In addition to B.C., the impacted product or service was also distributed in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The recalled product or service is offered in five hundred grams offers with UPC 8 801077 529805 and day code 2021.05.twenty.

Earlier in January, the CFIA experienced introduced that T-Brothers was recalling particular Hyosung and Hansung fish cakes, fish sticks, and fish paste also owing to undeclared egg.

In addition, Crimson Frog Enterprises released a recall in January as very well for particular Wang Korea fish cakes and fish sausages, also owing to undeclared egg.

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