July 23, 2024

Public Health Alert For Catfish Imported From China Issued

A public health alert for catfish imported from China has been issued by the USDA. These fish were illegally imported from the People's Republic of China and are not eligible for import into the United States. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received to date in connection with the consumption of this fish. The frozen Siluriformes products were not certified for export to the U.S. by the government of China as being produced under equivalent inspection, they do not identify a certified establishment number, and they were not presented for import reinspection. These factors make the fish unfit for human consumption. The product is 12 ounce (340 gram) plastic packages containing "FROZEN STRIPED PANGASIUS MAWS." The fish package does not have any establishment … [Read more...]

Yumei Foods Siluriformes Recalled Because Are Ineligible Imports

Yumei Foods Siluriformes are being recalled because they are imported from the People's Republic of China, a country that is ineligible to export these types of products into the United States.  About 9,370 pounds of the fish are subject to this recall. No illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with the consumption of this product. The recalling firm is Yumei Foods USA Inc of City of Industry, California. The recalled products include: 13.051 ounce (370 gram) plastic packages containing “FISH FILLET WITH SPICY SOUP” Freeze Dried Technology Fish. No Preservative, and 12.35 ounce (350 gram) plastic packages containing “FISH FILLET WITH PICKLED SOUP” Freeze Dried Technology Fish. No Preservative. These items do not have an establishment number or a USDA mark … [Read more...]

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