August 9, 2020

Q’s American Best Trading Recalls Catfish For No Inspection

Q’s Best American Trading of Lakewood, California, has recalled 1,008 pounds of imported Siluriformes fish products (catfish) that were not presented for import re-inspection into the country. The frozen Siluriformes, specifically Sheat fish, were imported from Vietnam to the United States on December 25, 2018. No illnesses or any adverse reactions have been reported to public health officials or the company date in connection with this inspection issue. Anyone who is concerned about any type of reaction should contact their physician.

The catfish recalled for lack of inspection is 14 ounce clear bag packages containing “Q’s American Best AB CA TREN KET Sheat fish.” The fish was shipped to retail locations in the state of California. The problem was discovered on January 29, 2019 during FSIS surveillance activities of imported products at the Q’s American Best Trading facility.

There have been several recalls of Siluriformes products for lack of inspection in the past few months. H & T Seafood recalled about 71,000 pounds of imported Siluriformes in mid January 2019. And Mannarich Foods recalled Siluriformes that were not inspected in December 2018.

FSIS is concerned that some of this product could be frozen in consumers’ freezers. If you purchased this product, don’t eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the place of purchase for a refund.

FSIS is going to age conducting retail effectiveness checks to make sure that the firm is notifying customers about this recall. The government also wants to make sure that the product is no longer available for purchase. When and if a retail distribution list is issued, it will be posted at the FSIS web site.

Q's American Best Trading Siluriformes Recall

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