Italian brand of breadsticks does not contain soya warning, Environmental Health Directorate warns

The Environmental Health Directorate issued a warning regarding a particular brand of breadsticks, due to the fact that its label fails to list all allergy information

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Jeanelle Mifsud
2 September 2016, 1:06pm
Grissini Stirati Torinesi, of the brand Terre d’Italia, contains soya, but this information is undeclared on the label
Grissini Stirati Torinesi, of the brand Terre d’Italia, contains soya, but this information is undeclared on the label
The Environmental Health Directorate issued a warning regarding a particular brand of breadsticks, due to the fact that its label fails to list all allergy information.

Grissini Stirati Torinesi, of the brand Terre d’Italia, contains soya, but this information is undeclared on the label, according to information the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed sent the Environmental Health Directorate within the Superintendence of Public Health. Therefore, the Directorate warned that people with soya allergies should avoid the product.

The company involved has said that the consignment has been sold.

For further information, the public is kindly requested to contact the Health Inspectorate Services between 8:00am and 2:30pm on telephone number 21337333, or by calling personally at its offices at Continental Business Centre, Old Railway Track, Santa Venera or via email [email protected]

The Directorate also invited the public to access its Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Environmental-Health-Directorate-Malta/145027878928626?ref=hl  or its official website at http://health.gov.mt/en/environmental/Pages/Home-Page.aspx for similar information.