On October 11, an update on a previously issued public warning was issued regarding some undeclared allergens in specific Erom Dr. Hwang’s Soy Drinks. The public warning was originally issued last September 29, referring to products that contained undeclared milk.

The CFIA, in cooperation with Raphaville International Ltd., are issuing an allergy alert on “Erom Dr. Hwang’s Soy Drinks.” Specific varieties of these products contain either or all of the following allergens: nuts, milk and peanut. These allergens were not included on the product’s list of ingredients. There are also packs that declare these ingredients, but only in English.

Products affected by the allergy alert are:

“Erom Dr. Hwang’s Premium Soy Drink” – contains the allergens milk, nuts and peanuts, have a UPC code of 8809111699415 and are sold in bulk packages (16 piece, individual packs of 190-ml containers).

“Erom Dr. Hwang’s Black Soy Drink” – contains the allergens milk, nuts and peanuts, have a UPC code of 8809111699514 and are sold in bulk packages (16 pieces, individual packs of 190-ml containers).

“Erom Dr. Hwang’s Black Soy & Rice Drink” – contains the allergens nuts and peanuts, have a UPC code of 8809111699712 and are sold in bulk packages (16 piece, individual packs of 190-ml containers).

“Erom Dr. Hwang’s Dr. MOM Soy Drink” – contains the allergens nuts and peanuts, have a UPC code of 8809111699583 and are sold in bulk packages (16 piece, individual packs of 190-ml containers).

Although there have been no reported allergy attacks linked to these products, it is still wise to be cautious about consuming it. People who are hypersensitive to these food allergens have a high risk of experiencing allergy attacks if they consume these soy drinks. For more details about this allergy alert/recall, consumers can call CFIA at 1-800-422-2342. The hotline is open from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, EST, Monday-Friday).