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Chocolate bars are fruit pies recalled


July 28, 2008
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July 28, 2008, Ottawa, Ont., — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public
not to consume some products that contain milk or egg proteins not
declared on their labels.

July 28, 2008, Ottawa, Ont., — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public
not to consume some products that contain milk or egg proteins not
declared on their labels.

The Coboss brand No Sugar Added Dark
Chocolate 40-gram bar may contain milk which is not declared on the
label. It is a product of the U.S. that has been distributed nationally
and bears the UPC 6 92315 00012 9.

The importer, Coboss Canada Inc. of Kitchener, Ont., is voluntarily recalling it.

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Paradise
Bakery is warning people with allergies to milk or egg proteins not to
consume its Apple Flip and various fruit pies described below. The
affected products contain milk and egg which are not declared on the
label.

-Apple Flip, 110 gram size, UPC 6 23479 00074 8

-Apple Pie, 500 g, UPC 6 23479 00033 5

-Blueberry Pie, 475 g, UPC 6 23479 00036 6

-Partridgeberry Pie, 475 g, UPC 6 23479 00036 6

-Peach Pie, 475 g, UPC 6 23479 00032 8

All
products bearing a best-before date up to and including July 22 are
affected. These products have been distributed in Newfoundland.

No
reports of illness are related to either product, but due to the risk
of a serious or life-threatening reaction in persons with allergies to
milk or egg proteins, consumers are advised not to eat them.