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Maggi Chicken Bouillon Cubes Recalled Due to Undeclared Wheat

According to Hannaford's Web site:

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Maggi Chicken Bouillon Cubes"This product contains undeclared wheat flour as an ingredient. The presence of an undeclared wheat ingredient poses a potential health hazard."

  • Maggi Chicken Bouillon Tablets, 5.08 oz., UPC # 28000-11567
  • Maggi Chicken Bouillon Tablets, 2.43 oz., UPC # 28000-24795

Obviously since the product contains wheat flour it would not be gluten-free and anyone with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity should heed this warning.

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Paula

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06 Mar 2017 4:47:33 PM PDT
Our Mexican restaurant uses Maggi in their Spanish Rice! We have asked 2 other Mexican restaurants (different owners) and they all use Maggi so buyer beware. We asked about ingredients and they brought us this package. The carnitas (pork chunks) in an orange juice sauce also has beer marinade in it which the menu does not disclose. Just passing this on in case it is helpful. rnLastly, when the arsenic talk first came out, I contact Lundburg rice, and they said they do not have an arsenic problem because of where their water source, and they also do not use recycled water for irrigation. So we are only using Lundburg organic rice.




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