Loblaw Pork Recall Says Product Contains Undeclared Allergen
It has been announced that Loblaw Companies recalls resident’s Choice brand Maple Apple flavor Seasoned Pork Loin Roast.
According to reports, the product has mustard, which is an allergen that was not stated on the label.
Despite this issue, the company hasn’t received any reports of illnesses.
This recall involves a product with a weight of 730 grams. It has a UPC code 0 60383 20663 5 and a best before date of October 13, 2020. Moreover, the Maple Apple flavor Seasoned Pork Loin Roast was distributed in Canada’s Quebec province.
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What You Need To Do
Consumers with a mustard allergy and have bought the recalled product should stop consuming it. Instead, they are encouraged to discard or return the item where they bought it.
Meanwhile, consumers who may have additional questions may call the firm at (888) 495-5111.
Editor’s note on The Loblaw Pork Recall:
This piece is to inform you about The Loblaw President’s Choice Pork Loin Roasts Recall.
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