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Recall of Mr. Christie’s baby biscuits expands; consumers sick

A recall expansion in Canada targets cookies specifically marketed for babies just beginning to consume solid food. The Mr. Christie’s brand arrowroot biscuits were first recalled Oct. 21 after consumers reported illnesses after eating them. The recall expansion, posted Friday by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, did not provide any additional details about the reported… Continue Reading

Illnesses spur nationwide Mr. Christie’s recall in Canada

Mr. Christie’s brand Arrowroot Biscuits are under recall nationwide in Canada after consumers have reported illnesses after eating the cookies, which some describe as having an off taste. Mondelēz Canada of the multinational snack company Mondelēz International  Inc. reported the cookies were distributed to retailers across Canada in the Oct. 21 recall notice on the Canadian… Continue Reading

Recall: Pork DNA Found in Cadbury Chocolate in Malaysia

If you’re an international snack-manufacturing company making chocolate for a largely Muslim population, the last thing you need is to have your product testing positive for even traces of pork DNA. But that’s the situation Cadbury Malaysia, a unit of Mondelez International Inc., finds itself dealing with now. Recalls of Cadbury Dairy Milk Hazelnut and… Continue Reading