Smoked Spilt HerringNumber Recalled: N/A
Recalling Firm: World Wide Fish Products, Inc.
Date Recalled: 2011-09-21
Model Number: N/A
Safety Concern: Clostridium botulinum, a neurotoxin producing bacterium, is more likely to be concentrated in the viscera of the fish.
Locations: The product was distributed in New York City to the following businesses: Food Plaza Supermarket, NSA Supermarket (Bravo), Brooklyn #1 Meat Market, P&P Distributors, and Flaming Meat Distributors.
Solution: Consumers are warned not to use the product, even if it does not look or smell spoiled, and should return it to the place of purchase.
World Wide Fish Products, Inc. located in Bronx, NY is recalling Smoked Spilt Herring because the product was found to be uneviscerated.
The product was distributed in New York City on 08/17/2011. Analysis of the product by New York State Food Laboratory Personnel confirmed the Smoked split Herring had not been completely eviscerated prior to processing. No illnesses have been reported to date.
Consumers with questions may contact Frank Mastrangelo at World Wide Fish Products, Inc. (718)-328-7222.