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M&M product recalled by Canadian government

M&M's cauliflower gratin has been recalled by the Canadian government's food inspection agency
This M&M product has been recalled by the Canadian government

The federal government has recalled a national food retailer’s product, due to an undeclared ingredient.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has recalled M&M Food Market’s cauliflower gratin, due to undeclared mustard.

The CFIA is advising consumers not to use, sell, serve or distribute the affected product.

However, the owner of M&M locations in Richmond, Vancouver and Delta contacted the Richmond News to inform that “none of the affected products have been sold from our stores,” adding that it was a “specific product date (code date is 3181) and any product we did have was destroyed.”