May 27, 2018

3fish Recalling Seafood for Possible Listeria

3fish of North Carolina is recalling all of their seafood cakes and stuffed fish products that contain Gills onions because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The onion recall started on July 19, 2012 and expanded several times over the summer.

The recalled items were sold along the east coast and repackaged by individual stores. The products were sold to Harris Teeter, Ingles, MDI (Merchants Distributors Inc), and US Foodservice. Only products with use-by dates between 9/10/2012 and 9/15/2012 are included in the recall.

The items include Item #79003, Maryland Crab Cake Bulk; Item 79009, Charl Crab Cake Bulk; Item #79011, Crab Stuffing – Bucket; Item #79018, Signature Lump Crab Cake; Item #79035, Carolina Style Crab Cakes 4 ounce; Item #79037, Carolina Style Crab Cakes .5 ounce. Also recalled are Item #79048, MD Crab Cakes – Value Tray Pack; Item #79202, Stuffed Salmon 8 count; Item #79203, Stuffed Tilapia 8 count; Item #79204, Stuffed Flounder 8 count; Item #79217, Devil Stuffed Crab 10 count; Item #79219 Devil Stuffed Crab 3 ounce; and Item #79420, Premium Lobster Cake 3 ounce.

These products have been quarantined or destroyed at store level or at the warehouse level. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with consumption of these products. If you have purchased these items, return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. For questions, all 3fish, Inc. at 1-800-213-3462 Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm ET.

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