Canadian brand Nora's Non-Dairy Ltd. has issued a product recall after dairy was discovered in some of its usually vegan ice-cream.
The dairy contamination was identified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
The recalled products were sold in British Columbia and Alberta.
The recall applies the brand's Peanut Butter and Chocolate (UPC 6 27843 81418 4) and Mint Chip (UPC 6 27843 81418 4) flavors.
The CFIA has advised that the products be either thrown out, or returned to their place of purchase.
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