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Possible Melamine Contamination in Mr. Brown Instant Coffee

Canadian Agency Issues Warning

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning for certain types of Mr. Brown 3-in-1 instant coffee, because they may contain melamine.

Mr. Brown 3-in-1 coffee products were initially recalled in Taiwan. Consequently, the company that imports the products into Canada is not taking any chances following the melamine-contaminated milk in China, which has so far sickened 53,000 children and been the cause of death in 4 others.

The 3 coffee blends were sold in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba, in 450 gram packages containing 30 bags of 15 grams each. So far, no reports of illness have been reported by people who have consumed these products. The products involved in Tuesday's announcement are:

- Instant Coffee 3-in-1 Mandheling Blend Coffee with a universal product code of 4 710085 122523;

- Instant Coffee 3-in-1 Blue Mountain Blend Coffee with a UPC 4 710085 200597

- Instant Coffee 3-in-1 Arabica Coffee with a UPC 4 710085 122509

SEPT-24-08: Canadian Agency Issues Warning that Mr. Brown Coffee Might Contain Melamine [YAHOO CANADA: MR. BROWN INSTANT COFFEE ALERT]

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