August 7, 2020

Gourmet Sauvage Mustard Products Recalled For Undeclared Sulphites

Gourmet Sauvage mustard products are being recalled in Canada for undeclared sulphites. Anyone who is allergic to sulphites could have a serious reaction if they eat these products. These Gourmet Sauvage mustard products  were sold in Ontario and Quebec at the retail level.

Gourmet Sauvage Mustard Products Recalled For Undeclared Sulphites

Allergic reactions to sulphites can range from mild to severe. These symptoms usually include wheezing in people with asthma, hives, runny nose, and can trigger anaphylaxis in rare occasions. Sulphites are preservatives used in food and drinks.

All codes where sulphites are not declared on the label are recalled. The recalled products are all Gourmet Sauvage mustard brand. They include “Saskatoon” Berry Mustard in 190 ml containers. The UPC number on the product is 6 21269 00016 9. Also recalled is Wild Mushroom Mustard, sold in 190 ml bottles, with UPC number 6 21269 00017 6. Sea Asparagus Mustard, sold in 190 ml containers, is also recalled, with UPC number 6 21269 00018 3. Finally, Balsam Fir Mustard, also sold in 190 ml bottles, with UPC number 6 21269 00061 9, is recalled. No pictures of the recalled products have been provided to the public.

Check your pantry to see if you have any of these recalled mustard products. If you purchased any of those products and cannot consume sulphites for whatever reason, don’t eat them. Throw them away or take them back to the store where you purchased them for a full refund. If you have experienced any adverse effects from consuming this product, call  your doctor.

 

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