A nationwide recall has been issued over a number of RXBAR protein bars.
The protein bars, most commonly identified with their minimalistic branding and written ingredients, are being recalled because they may contain peanuts.
The bars are sold Canada-wide and are available through online sales, as well as in a number of physical retailers.
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Those with an allergy to peanut should not consume the products mentioned below:
|Common name||Size||Code(s) on product||UPC|
|Protein Bar – Blueberry||12 x 52 g||Best before: 2019MA18||8 59162 00761 3|
|Protein Bar – Blueberry||52 g||BB 2019MA18||8 59162 00760 6|
|Protein Bar – Chocolate Sea Salt||12 x 52 g||Best before: 2019MA25||8 59162 00759 0|
|Protein Bar – Chocolate Sea Salt||52 g||BB 2019MA25||8 59162 00758 3|
|Protein Bar – Coconut Chocolate||12 x 52 g||Best before: 2019MA30
Best before: 2019OC13
|8 59162 00765 1|
|Protein Bar – Coconut Chocolate||52 g||BB 2019MA30
|8 59162 00764 4|
Health Canada is recommending that recalled products be thrown out or returned to the point of purchase.
So far, there have been no reported reactions associated with the consumption of these protein bars.