OTTAWA, Oct. 2 (UPI) -- The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is advising people not to consume OK-OK-brand pretzels because they might be contaminated with melamine.
The pretzels being recalled are Kaiser strawberry dressing pretzels and Kaiser Choco Dressing pretzels, both of which were distributed in Ontario.
The CFIA said although the health risk associated with the China-manufactured products is considered low, the importer -- Dai Jung Distributing of Toronto -- is voluntarily recalling the pretzels.
Melamine is a chemical compound used in a number of commercial and industrial applications. Canada doesn't allow its use as a food ingredient.