OTTAWA – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced the revocation of a specialized plant that was used in Vietnamese and other South Asian Asian cuisine.
Canada Herb recalls culverts from the market due to possible contamination with salmonella.
Withdrawal applies to all packages sold to and including Friday, November 9th.
CFIA says the product may be sold in pure plastic bags called Canada Herb, or packaged and sold without a label or coding.
No illness reported, but the agency advises anyone who might have bought the product to throw it.
Culantro – also known as Ngo Gai – is part of the same family as a similarly imitated cilantro, although it has a stronger taste.