July 23, 2024

Smoked Salmon Listeria Recall-A-Thon Continues: Whole Foods 2

Whole Foods Market is expanding its smoked salmon recall for potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes to include an additional lot code. The black and gold, flat, rectangular, vacuum-sealed 4 oz packages of Whole Catch Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon with UPC code 0 99482 40880 0  were sold in 18 states: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Rhode Island Texas, and Utah. The lot codes now included in the recall are 7425A2297A. and 7425A2298B.

Smoked Salmon FPBNo illnesses have been reported related to these lot codes. But a sample of the product has tested positive for Listeria.

This recall, an expansion of a January 25 recall, is the latest in long string of smoked salmon recalls that began in August.  Since that time, only a November recall by Spence and Co. has mentioned two illnesses possibly related to recalled product. Still,  consumers with smoked salmon in the fridge should check them carefully.

Symptoms of a Listeria infection can take up to two months after exposure to develop.They include high fever, severe headaches, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Listeria infection, called listeriosis, can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.

Over the last few months, recalled smoked salmon has been sold in slices, crumbles, pieces, filets, loins and chunks at grocery stores including Earthfare, Shaws Suprmarkets Roches Bros., Fresh Markets, King Sooper’s, City Market, Ralph’s, Stop & Shop, Whole Foods Market; discount retailers including Sam’s Club and restaurants such as Einstein’s Bagels. All of these companies removed the product after the recall was issued.

The smoked salmon products recalled for possible Listeria contamination are as follows: Bacon Lascco in 3 oz. packages with the UPC 072840017036; 1 lb. packages of Black Bear of the Black Forest Smoked Salmon with the UPC # 810230000493;  4 oz packages of  Einstein Darn Good  smoked salmon with UPC # 099892315200; Food Service Cold Smoked Salmon Trim in 1 lb. packages; and 3 -5 lb food service packs of Food Service Whole Smoked Side; HEB 4 oz. packages of  smoked salmon with UPC # 041220630417. Icy Point smoked salmon in 2-3 lb. packages with no UPC;  all “sell by” dates of Lascco Cold Smoked Atlantic Salmon in 8 oz packages with the UPC number 7284001708; Lassco Select Gourmet in 8 oz. packages with the UPC 072840017081; all “sell by” dares of Lassco Smoked Salmon in 3 oz packages with UPC number 7284001703; Natural Trimming in 5 lb. packages with NO UPC; all “sell by” dates of Nathan’s 8 oz packages with the UPC 073030803699 or UPC 7303080369, all “sell by” dates of Nathan’s 3 oz packages with the UPC 073030803682 or 073030803682  or  07303080368; New England Smoked Salmon in 4 oz. packages with the UPC 810230000066; Nova  (Wheel) in 16 oz. sizes with the UPC 072840007273; Nova Lascco in 4 oz. packages with the UPC 072840017050; or 072840017517;   Pacific Supreme in 3 oz. packages with the UPC 058138102448; Party Platter in 6 oz sizes with NO UPC; Royal Fjord Smoked Toppers in 6 oz. packages with the UPC 810230000561; Royal Fjord Sliced Smoked Salmon Loin, in 12-14 oz. packages; Fjord Sliced Smoked Salmon in 5 lb. packages; Royal Fjord in 5 oz. rounds with the UPC 810230000127;  Sam’s smoked salmon in 20 oz. packages with the UPC 073030805167; 2-3 lb. smoked fillets from Silver Source Smoked Salmon Foodservice, Trimming with preservatives in 4 lb. packages with NO UPC; Spence & Co New York-Style Nova Lox in 4 oz packages with Code/Lot: 9720704; pence & Co Wellsley Farms brand 16oz Nova Lot: 6704701,  Spence & Co brand 8 oz Smoked Trim Lot: 6704701; 4 oz packages of Whole Catch Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon with UPC code 0 99482 40880 0 and lot codes 7425A2297A. and 7425A2298B ; and  3 Star 4 oz. packages with the UPC 072840017517. Consumers who have further questions about recalled salmon should check the FDA recall page.



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