Some Stawnichy’s beef jerky, soup products recalled

Stawnichy's Meat Processing steak strips. Supplied, CFIA

EDMONTON – A number of Stawnichy’s Meat Processing beef jerky products have been recalled due to undeclared wheat, mustard, soy and sulphites.

People with allergies to wheat, mustard, or soy should not consume the recalled products, nor should be people with a sensitivity to sulphites, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

The following products, which are sold in Alberta, have been recalled:

The above mentioned products have been recalled by the CFIA. Supplied, CFIA

A couple of Stawnichy’s soup products have also been recalled┬ábecause they contain milk, wheat and soy which are not declared on the label:

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Two Stawnichy’s soup products have been recalled. Supplied, CFIA

Consumers who are unsure if they have purchased the affected products are advised to contact their retailer.

For more information on food allergies, visit the CFIA’s website.

Stawnichy's Cabbage Soup. Supplied, CFIA
Stawnichy's Beet Soup. Supplied, CFIA
Stawnichy's Teriyaki beef jerky. Supplied, CFIA
Stawnichy's regular beef jerky. Supplied, CFIA
Stawnichy's hot & sweet beef jerky. Supplied, CFIA
Stawnichy's garlic beef jerky. Supplied, CFIA

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