SFA recalls Li Chuan's seafood roll from Vietnam as egg not declared on packaging

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has ordered a recall of a brand of seafood rolls from Vietnam after detecting an undeclared egg allergen in the product.

Egg was found in Li Chuan's Seafood Roll (750g) but it was not declared on the food packing labels, the agency said in a statement.

The affected batch's expiry date is Jan 7, 2026.

As egg is an allergen, SFA has directed its importer Li Chuan Food Products to recall the implicated products.

The recall is ongoing.

Allergen in food can cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to it.

"Under Singapore's Food Regulations, food products containing ingredients that are known to cause hypersensitivity must be declared on food packaging labels to protect consumers with food allergies," SFA said.

All ingredients in prepacked food should also be specified on the product label in descending order of the proportions by weight in which they are present.

Egg does not pose a food safety issue to consumers at large, except for those that are intolerant of or allergic to egg.

Consumers who have purchased the affected product and are intolerant of or allergic to egg should not consume them.

Those who are intolerant of or allergic to egg and have consumed the implicated product should seek medical advice if they have concerns about their health.

Consumers may contact their point of purchase for enquiries.

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