FDA alerts public on CJ Foods Philippines recall due to ‘undeclared egg allergen’

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted the public on Friday, April 3, regarding CJ Foods Philippines Corporation's voluntary recall of specific batches of several products due to the potential presence of undeclared allergen - eggs.

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The agency said that the affected products include “Bibigo Mandu Prawn Dumplings,” “Bibigo Mini Mandu Prawn – Quick Frozen Korean Dumplings Filled with Prawn,” and “Cau Tre Seafood Net Spring Roll.”

Consumers are urged by the FDA to check the batch codes on these products to determine if they are affected by the recall.

Individuals, especially children, with hypersensitivity to eggs, should refrain from consuming these items, it said.

The FDA stressed that concerned consumers or those who have purchased the recalled products are advised to reach out to CJ Foods Philippines for further assistance.

Additionally, all Local Government Units (LGUs) and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) have been requested to ensure that the recalled products are not sold or distributed within their respective jurisdictions.