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Grocery Store Salmon Recalled Due to Health Risk

One popular seafood product was taken off grocery store shelves owing to listeria infection.

The FDA recalled 540 containers of Giant Food Private Label Sockeye Smoked Salmon from Florida-based Seven Seas International USA, LLC on November 8.

The Maryland Department of Health found the product issue during standard regulatory testing, according to the department.

The 4-ounce smoked salmon packets include a clear window with the UPC code 68826715832 and lot number R4132.

Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. retailers sold the products.

The FDA advises consumers to throw out or return the recalled product for a full refund, even if no illnesses have been recorded. FDA and Seven Seas International USA are investigating the reason.

Listeria monocytogenes-contaminated food may look and smell fine. Infections can include high fever, headache, muscular stiffness, nausea, stomach discomfort, and diarrhoea.

"Serious and sometimes deadly infections" can occur in young children, old individuals, and those with weaker immune systems.

Call Seven Seas International USA at 1-888-627-5668 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST with recall inquiries.

Unfortunately, businesses have withdrawn more than just smoked salmon. Foster Farms, a Costco-sold poultry firm, recalled roughly 148,000 pounds of

fully cooked frozen chicken breast patties on Oct. 29 after buyers found hard, transparent plastic bits. This frozen food has not caused disease or harm.

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