Botulism Causes Dried Yellow Fish Recall

  Imported dried yellow fish is being recalled by WD import and Export Inc. because the fish may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum. The recall was issued after the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspection’s testing program revealed the contamination. The fish was produced in China and then exported to the… Read more »

Botulism Causes Dried Fish Recall

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has issued a warning and recall for eviscerated fish. These dried eviscerated fish products were discovered in retail locations around the Brooklyn Park, Minnesota area. Internal organs in these products, if not removed properly, can cause a potentially deadly botulism infection. The recalled fish products were sold in three stores,… Read more »

Botulism Causes Salmon Bacon Recall

A voluntary recall has been issued for Native Catch Salmon Bacon after concerns arose that the product may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum. The salmon bacon was produced by the Swinomish Fish Company, which is based in La Conner, Washington. There were two flavors of salmon bacon involved in the recall. The first product affected… Read more »

Botulism Causes Recall in Michigan

Canned foods produced by Lock Stock and Barrel Ranch in Onaway, Michigan is being recalled due to a potential botulism infection. The affected products were sold in 4 Michigan cities, including Rogers City, Posen, Indian River, and Gaylord. This recall affects many Lock Stock and Barrel Ranch products, including beef Vegetable Soup, Tomato Basil Soup,… Read more »