Syosset, NY-based company Lin’s Waha Int’l Corp. is recalling it’s 8.11-ounce (230G) packages of Suantianyangmei Waxberry and Bingtangyangmei Waxberry because they contain undeclared sulfites and cyclamates. The products were distributed to retail stores nationwide.
Krasnyi Oktyabr USA Inc. of Brooklyn, New York, is recalling its 500-gram (17.65 oz) packages of “Tainy Vostoka Assorted Dried Fruits – Apple” and “Tainy Vostoka Assorted Dried Fruits – Quince” because they contain…
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Euphoria Fancy Food Inc. of Brooklyn, New York, is recalling its 500-gram packages of “Tainy Vostoka Assorted Dry Fruits-Apple” because they contain sulfites, which are not properly declared on the label.
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Following results from state testing, US Trading Co. is recalling Global Pride brand rattan shoots because of sulfites, which are not declared on the product labels as required by federal law.
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning people with sensitivity to sulfites not to eat I’m Real brand Dehydrated Premium Mango because it contains sulfites, which are not properly declared on the label.
Fatima Brothers of Maspeth, NY is recalling Shad Javantri (whole mace) because it contains undeclared sulfites as well as unapproved dyes Rhodamine B (Basic Violet 10) and Malachite Green (Basic Green 4) and undeclared allowed
Hong Lee Trading of Brooklyn, NY is recalling Peacock Brand Preserved Apricots imported from Vietnam because they may contain sulfites that were not declared on the label.
Routine sampling and analysis by New York State
Strong America Ltd. is recalling a dried potato product imported from China that may contain sulfites, which are not listed on the label.
According to the notice, the recall was initiated after routine sampling by
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and importer Canadian T & J International Development of Richmond, BC, are warning people with sensitivity to sulphites not to eat certain Natural World brand Dried Fungus because it
Farmer John’s Herbs is recalling its “Mud Pie” Macaroon Cookie Mix due to undeclared sulfite allergens.
The recalled cookie mix was sold in 400 g packages labeled “Mud Pie” Macaroon Cookie Mix with UPC 7
S&M USA Enterprise is recalling its Zhang Zhou-brand tremella because it may contain undeclared sulfites.
Tremella is a kind of fungus used in Chinese cooking.
Routine sampling by the New York State Department of Agriculture