09/30/2011 08:33 EDT | Updated 11/30/2011 05:12 EST

Soy drink recalled, milk and peanuts not declared on label: food agency

OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a brand of soy milk sold in the Greater Toronto Area is being recalled.

The agency and Raphaville International Limited are warning people with allergies to milk or peanuts not to consume certain bulk packages of Erom Dr Hwang's Premium Soy Drink.

The affected product contains milk and peanuts not declared on the label and could be dangerous to people with milk or peanut allergies.

The soy milk is made in Korea and sold in bulk packages bearing UPC 8 809111 699415 and containing 16, 190 millilitre packets.

There have been no reported illnesses.

The CFIA says Raphaville International, of Vaughan, Ont., is voluntarily recalling the affected product.