May 4, 2001Lily Flowers Recalled in New
York for Undeclared Allergen
NY (SafetyAlerts) - New York State
Agriculture Commissioner Nathan L. Rudgers today announced YBL World Wide Trading Inc.,
651A Lexington Ave., Brooklyn, New York, Inc. is voluntarily recalling Fly Horse Brand
Dehydrated Lily Flowers imported from China because they contain undeclared sulfites.
Sulfites can cause deadly reactions in asthmatics and others suffering sulfite allergies.
The product, Fly Horse Dehydrated Lily Flowers, is packaged in uncoded 6 oz. heat-sealed
plastic bags and was distributed primarily in the New York City metropolitan area.
Routine sampling by food inspectors for the New York State Department of Agriculture and
Markets revealed the product contained high levels of sulfites, which were not declared on
Sulfite sensitive individuals are advised not to consume Fly Horse Brand Dehydrated Lily
Flowers and to return the product to the place of purchase.
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