A warning has been announced
by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) following fears that unlabelled
milk protein is present in several brands of chocolate bar, which could provoke
a serious or life-threatening reaction in consumers who have an allergy.

The CFIA havs released details
of the chocolate bars it believes to contain the milk protein, all of which
were manufactured in Belgium and distributed throughout Quebec and Ontario.
Consumers have been advised to avoid the Dolfin, Sprengel and
Master Choice brands, and the specific products details are as follows:

Dolfin Dark Chocolate
Bar with Orange Peel, 70g
UPC 5 413415 234307
Dolfin Dark Chocolate
Squares with Orange Peel,
UPC 5 413415 137035
Dolfin Dark Chocolate
Bar 88% Cocoa, 70 g
UPC 5 413415288300
Dolfin Dark Chocolate
Squares 88% Cocoa, 1.35Kg
UPC 5 413415 190030
Sprengel Edel-Marzipan
Chocolate Bar, 100g
UPC 4 000240 147103
Master Choice Semi
Sweet Chocolate Euro Bar
UPC 0 5762731361 7
Master Choice Bitter
Sweet Chocolate Euro Bar
UPC 0 5762731362 4

The companies responsible for importing the bars, Euro-Excellence, S
& F Food Importers
, and The Great Atlantic & Pacific Co respectively
have all embarked on voluntary recalls, which are being monitored by the CFIA
for their effectiveness.