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Taylor Farms brand BBQ ranch chopped salad kits recalled due to undeclared allergens: CFIA
CBC News
Aug 29, 2020

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is advising product may contain gluten, sesame and wheat allergens

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall on a type of Taylor Farms brand salad kits sold by Sobeys Inc. that may contain undeclared sesame and wheat allergens. (David Bajer/CBC)

People in most provinces are being warned about pre-prepared salad kits sold by Sobeys Inc. that may contain allergens not declared on the product's label.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued the Class 3 recall Thursday on BBQ ranch chopped kit salad made by Taylor Farms.

It is advising consumers not to eat the specific 377-gram-sized salads because of undeclared gluten, sesame and wheat allergens in an online warning.

Class 3 recalls refer to products that contravene a food safety act or regulation enforced by the national agency.

The recall affects products in most provinces, including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan.

The giant food retailer operates hundreds of stores under a variety of banners such as Sobeys, FreshCo, Safeway and IGA across the country.

Brand nameProduct nameSizeUPCCodes on product
Taylor FarmsBBQ ranch chopped kit salad377 grams0 30223 04171 92020 SE 02
TFRG 230 A16
 

Daniel

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Incidentally, one way to cook lettuce is to stir fry it (by itself or with other things):

Stir-Fried Garlic Lettuce

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"I stir fried onions for a few minutes first then proceeded with the recipe as given, at the end added udon noodles and there was my meal. Yum."
 
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