Granola bars may be mislabelled

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is once again warning people with peanut and nut allergies to be careful with Quaker brand Chewy Granola Bar packages.

TORONTO — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is once again warning people with peanut and nut allergies to be careful with Quaker brand Chewy Granola Bar packages.

The 14-bar value packs may contain Quaker brand Dipps granola bars that do contain peanuts.

The outer box has a symbol declaring the package to be peanut-free, while the individually wrapped Dipps bars that could be within the packs are correctly labelled and declare peanuts, where present.

The affected Quaker brand Chewy Granola Bars Value Packs were originally recalled on Nov. 24.

But the warning was repeated this week because the packages may have been distributed after the original recall throughout Co-op retail stores located in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.

The agency says there has been one reported allergic reaction associated with consumption of the product.

The affected packages bear the code: UPC 0 55577 10742 3.