December 4, 2016

Recall of Oysters and Quahogs for Possible Salmonella in Canada Updated

The recall of Atlantic Shellfish Products brand oysters and quahogs for possible Salmonella contamination in Canada has been updated with more information. There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of these products. They were sold in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec, and may have been sold nationally.

Oysters on Plate

The recalled products all have the brand name Atlantic Shellfish Products, and there is no UPC number. They include Malpeque Standard Oysters in 25 count packages, with codes Process Date: 30-Aug-16, Shipping Date: 30-Aug-16, Lot #: 243/2/158, and Harvest Location: PE4C. Also recalled is Lg. Standard (Oysters) in 40 count packages, with codes Process Date: 01-Sep-16, Shipping Date: 01-Sep-16, Lot #: 243/2/158, and Harvest Location: PE4. South Lake Selects (Oysters) are recalled, in 120 count containers, with codes Process Date: 30-Aug-16, Shipping Date: 30-Aug-16, Lot #: 243/2/190, and Harvest Location: PE4C.

Also recalled are Malpeque Standard Oysters in 145 count packages, with codes Process Date: 30-Aug-16, Shipping Date: 30-Aug-16, Lot #: 243/2/218, and Harvest Location: PE4C. Med. Quahogs in 200 count packages are recalled, with codes Process Date: 30-Aug-16, Shipping Date: 30-Aug-16, Lot #: 243/2/218, and Harvest Location: PE4C. Finally, Med. Quahogs in 200 count packages are recalled, with codes Process Date: 01-Sep-16, Shipping Date: 01-Sep-16, Lot #: 243/2/218, and Harvest Location: PE4C.

If you purchased any of these products, do not eat them. Throw them away in a sealed container, or take them back to the store where you bought them for a full refund.

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