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CFIA recalls this week

Gelato fino brand Tartufo products recalled due to undeclared almonds and wheat

EBM Brands Click Cumin Biscuit recalled due to undeclared milk

Lotte brand Waffles recalled due to undeclared egg

Peppo's Foods brand Hommous may be unsafe due to Listeria monocytogenes

Organic Traditions brand Sprouted Flax Seed Powder and Sprouted Chia & Flax Seed Powder recalled due to Salmonella

Updated Food Recall Warning - Madeleine brand Tomalley Spread (lobster paste) recalled due to potential presence of dangerous bacteria - Clostridium Botulinum

Stouffer's Bistro Panini Barbecue Chicken & Bacon recalled due to undeclared mustard

Pei Tien brand Konjac Brown Rice Rolls recalled due to undeclared milk

Salzburg Schokolade brand wafers recalled due to undeclared milk

Crousset brand Ground Coriander Seeds recalled due to undeclared gluten

Gullón brand products recalled due to undeclared milk

Keswick Kitchen brand baked goods recalled due to multiple undeclared allergens

Sweet Art Bakery brand Chocolate Chip Macaroon recalled due to undeclared milk

MD brand Mango Drink and Passion Fruit Drink recalled due to undeclared sulphites

Next by Nature brand Dark Chocolate Cherries recalled due to undeclared peanut

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