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While we do not operate allergen-free manufacturing sites, we do have Allergen Management Programs in all our facilities. The intent of these programs is to avoid unintentional cross contamination of allergens between products. Our product labels adhere to Health Canada’s Regulations regarding declaration of ingredients and allergens. Unilever Canada lists common allergens on all ingredient labels if said allergens are present, including peanuts, tree nuts, soy, sesame, fish, seafood, wheat, eggs, mustard sulfites/sulphites and dairy, as well as any ingredient that may contain gluten.
Recipes can change. We strongly recommend that consumers with allergies refer to ingredient declarations every time they purchase processed foods.
You can find some great recipes and a wealth of information on our website. From Knorr Soups to Quick & Easy meals, explore flavourful Knorr recipes for all diets and occasions here (https://www.knorr.com/ca/en/recipe-ideas.html).
Nutrition and ingredient information is found on each product page.
Knorr Homestyle stock was discontinued because of a supply chain issue. We highly encourage you to try Knorr Concentrated Bouillon, which is a great alternative to Homestyle stock. Add the same irresistible flavour to your meals.
In Canada, the Knorr expiry date is written as per the below.
DATE CODE FORMAT: BB/MA = Best Before/Meilleur Avant (French for best before)
YYYYMMDD/plant code/line number/time stamp
Best before date is in the MFG Code for FOOD
EXAMPLE: 20190105MU05 15:33
Here’s a list of products that have been discontinued:
- Knorr Mushroom Bouillon Cubes
- Knorr 4 Pepper Classic Sauce
- Knorr Tomato Vegetable Provencal Soup
- Knorr Sidekicks Garlic Butter Pasta
- Knorr Selects Powder
- Knorr Selects Rice
- Knorr Broths (including Knorr Homestyle Stock)
- Knorr Cheesy Spinach Dip Pasta
- Knorr Cream of Potato Soup