The health services on Friday recalled raisins that could cause an allergic reaction.
On the raisins, packed in small plastic bags, labelled Edesmata Chr. Chrysanthou (Kakopetria) with expiration date February 28, 2016, sulphur dioxide was found that could cause an allergic reaction.
The health ministry said it was recalling the product since the ingredients were not printed on the label.
The company that packs and distributes the raisins has been notified and asked to withdraw the product from the market.
All those consumers that have already purchased the product are urged to return it to the point of sale, the health services said.