The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a smoked salmon recall on Jan. 22. Lochiel Enterprises Limited has voluntarily recalled St. Mary’s River Smokehouses Oven Smoked Atlantic Stix, Chili Mango Flavor due to concerns that they may contain Listeria monocytogenes.
In routine test samples of their products – a program run by the FDA – the food samples of the finished products came back positive for containing the bacteria; a total of 56 pounds were affected by this recall.
The affected smoked salmon were packed in 4 ounce black styrofoam trays with their outer sleeves bearing the UPC Code 6 2642510092; production code stickers, 347 31## were affixed at the end of each styrofoam tray.
The Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia – based fish plant distributed the recalled products in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont and New York through retail outlets.
No illnesses as a result of this recall have been reported to date.
Consumers who have purchased any of the affected St. Mary’s River Smokehouses Oven Smoked Atlantic Salmon Stix, Chili Mango Flavor, are urged to return the product back to the place where they were purchased for a full refund of the purchase price.
Any further questions may be directed to Lochiel Enterprises Limited at 1-902-522-2005.
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