CANADA: Recall of sausage containing undeclared milk protein
Consumers with a milk allergy are being warned not to eat Papas brand, German style sausage, if the product was purchased prior to 4 January 2001. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), undeclared milk protein has been found within the product, which is sold in a variety of weights, and the agency is concerned that a serious or life-threatening reaction could be caused in consumers with allergies.
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