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June 9, 2009: Smoked Salmon Recalled For Possible Listeria Contamination

NY Fish, Inc. of Brooklyn, NY, is recalling I NY Fish brand Imperial-European Style Smoked Salmon because the fish may be contaminated with the foodborne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes. ...

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The recalled salmon is packaged in vacuum packed 3 oz, 8oz, 16 oz, and whole side “to be weighed at time of sale” sizes of lot codes starting with the numbers 142 xxxx. According to a NY Fish company press release:
The product is packed sliced or whole sides on aluminum coated cardboard in a clear plastic vacuum packed bag with a red, black, and gold sticker label with gold lettering and a small white sticker label identifying the lot code. The first three digits are the Lot Code followed by a four digit “packaging” date. The firm is recalling all lots that begin with code 142 (for example: 142 0525, 142 0526, 142 0527, 142 0528).

The recalled smoked salmon was distributed to wholesale distributors and retail food stores in Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and  Pennsylvania. 

To learn more about Listeria food poisoning, please see Listeriosis Symptoms.

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