Food recall: Five types of mustard didn't have sulphites, a potential allergen, listed among ingredients
MONTREAL -- Several mustard products have been recalled because their labelling didn't make it clear that they contain sulphites, an allergen for some people.
Five kinds of mustard are affected, according to a news release from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
The products are created with foraged foods, including mushrooms.
The products, under the brands Forbes Wild Foods and Gourmet Sauvage - both produced by the company Gourmet Sauvage - are sold under the names Wild Mustard with Wine, Wild Salicornia Mustard, Wild Saskatoon Mustard, Wild Mustard and Wild Mushroom Mustard.
The recalls for all five mustards took effect July 7.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that some of the recalled mustards were produced by the company Forbes Wild Foods. In fact, Forbes Wild Foods products are produced by Gourmet Sauvage. CTV News Montreal regrets the error.