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    Interfood Recalls Wonderfarm Biscuits on Possible Melamine Contamination

    The Food and Drug Administration said yesterday that Interfood Shareholding Company has issued a recall of all lot codes of multiple varieties of its Wonderfarm brand of biscuits, because the products could be contaminated with melamine.

    The Wonderfarm biscuits are sold in 800g red metal tins. The four varieties being recalled are:
    Wonderfarm "Successful" Assorted Biscuits (UPC:8935001262091)
    Wonderfarm "Royal Flavour" Assorted Biscuits (UPC:8935001263098)
    Wonderfarm "Lovely Melody" Assorted Biscuits (UPC: 8935001263296)
    Wonderfarm "Daily Life" Assorted Biscuits (UPC: 8935001264200)
    The manufacturer identified on the product is Interfood Shareholding Company in Vietnam.
    The recall was initiated after the firm was advised that samples collected by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture of the Wonderfarm "Successful" Assorted biscuits, tested positive for melamine. Interfood Shareholding Company was identified as the manufacturer of the product. After being advised that "Royal Flavour", "Lovely Melody", and "Daily Life" also tested positive for melamine, the firm agreed to expand their recall to include those products as well.

    No illnesses associated with this product have been reported to date, the manufacturer said.

    Product was distributed to multiple states and sold to wholesale distributors, which sold to retail stores.

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