Bacterial load: fish products recalled

Bacterial load: fish products recalled


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Recall for two fish products
23.07.2014

Two different fish products from the company "All-Fish" are currently being recalled. Bacterial contamination cannot be ruled out with one product and odor can develop with the other. No information was given as to whether there was a health risk.

Possible bacterial pollution and odor formation As the All-Fish trading company from Kronshagen near Kiel announced on Tuesday, the company is recalling two of its fish products. On the one hand, bacterial contamination of the frozen butter mackerel fillet without skin from Ecuador and, on the other hand, an "odor" cannot be ruled out for the deep-frozen shrimp of the "Seawork" brand. In a press release, the company wrote: "In the interests of precautionary consumer protection and in coordination with the responsible food surveillance authorities, All-Fish calls back the examined goods from sales and has informed the trading partners accordingly."

Frozen mackerel fillets and shrimps affected The recall campaign affects shrimp bags with a filling weight of 1000 grams and the date of minimum durability December 8, 2015 with the batch number L JJSF / PINV / 23-D72013-14. Products with the batch number L PI-20-09-2012 and a best before date for the butter mackerel fillets are affected by the end of September 2014. According to Lebensmittelwarnung.de, the shrimps were marketed in Bavaria, Hamburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Lower Saxony, Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Thuringia and in the Saarland. And the mackerel fillets in Bavaria, Lower Saxony, the Saarland and Schleswig-Holstein. The press releases did not state whether there is also a health risk from eating the recalled products. But: "All-Fish works closely with the responsible authorities.
Based on an official notice, it cannot be excluded that the fillet is bacterially contaminated. "(Ad)

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