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The Winnipeg Old Country Sausage Factory on Dufferin Avenue has recalled some of its meat products because they contain an unspecified quantity of mustard that is not declared on the packaging.

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The Winnipeg Old Country Sausage Factory on Dufferin Avenue has recalled some of its meat products because they contain an unspecified quantity of mustard that is not declared on the packaging.

Mustard allergy sufferers might want to double-check what they’re throwing on the grill tonight.

Winnipeg Old Country Sausage Ltd. has recalled some of its meat products because they contain an unspecified quantity of mustard that is not declared on the packaging.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) put out the recall notice on Saturday, following a CFIA food safety inspection.

According to the agency’s website, the recall involves a number of Old Country and Winnipeg Old Country products, including sausage, wieners, smokies, bologna, pepperoni, salami, and meat loaf.

A list of the recalled products can be found here.

CFIA advises that recalled meat should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

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