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CFIA updates warning over No Name flour


October 17, 2008
By CBC News

Oct. 17, 2008 — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is updating the number of grocery
stores involved in a previous warning not to eat No Name brand
all-purpose flour sold in Ontario. The flour may contain excessively
high levels of folic acid, iron, niacin, riboflavin and thiamine.

Oct. 17, 2008 — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is updating the number of grocery
stores involved in a previous warning not to eat No Name brand
all-purpose flour sold in Ontario. The flour may contain excessively
high levels of folic acid, iron, niacin, riboflavin and thiamine.

Made by Prairie Flour Mills Ltd. of Elie, Manitoba, the flour is
sold in 2.5 kg bags with lot codes beginning with 125J and UPC 0 60383
01375 2. If the lot code is not evident, consumers are advised to check
with their retailer.

The flour is a normal light beige colour when dry, but may turn yellow-orange when mixed with water. | FULL STORY

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