A brand of Vietnamese spring rolls is being recalled from the marketplace due to undeclared allergens.
Sold by the Kim Châu Vietnamese Deli Ltd., Kim Chau brand spring rolls are being recalled due to the presence of egg and possibly wheat – two ingredients that aren’t declared on the label.
The product poses a risk to those with allergies, celiac disease, and other gluten-related disorders.
The affected product is described as follows:
|Brand Name||Common Name||Size||Code(s) on Product||UPC|
|Kim Châu||Spring Roll||N/A||All packages where egg and wheat aren’t declared on the label||6 22384 00010 2|
Recalled products are to be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.
Anyone who does have an allergy to egg or wheat, celiac disease, or another gluten-related disorder should not consume the product as it “may cause a serious or life-threatening reaction.”
According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the recall was triggered by a customer complaint.
The CFIA states that there has been “one reported reaction associated with consumption of the product.”