Smoked salmon merchandise from Orca Specialty Meals Ltd. are being recalled attributable to doable danger of Listeria, the Canadian Meals Inspection Company mentioned in a warning issued Wednesday.
The merchandise had been offered in retail shops in Alberta and probably nationally, the company mentioned.
There haven’t been any diseases associated to the consumption of the product.
The recalled product is the One Ocean model sliced smoked wild sockeye salmon, offered in 300 gram packages, with a UPC variety of 6 25984 00005 3.
The recall was triggered by a CFIA inspection, the company mentioned, including that it is conducting a meals security investigation which might result in additional product recollects.
The company warned that meals contaminated with Listeria won’t look or odor spoiled, however can nonetheless make you sick.
“Signs can embody vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, extreme headache and neck stiffness. Pregnant girls, the aged and folks with weakened immune methods are significantly in danger,” the company’s warning learn.
“Though contaminated pregnant girls might expertise solely delicate, flu-like signs, the an infection can result in untimely supply, an infection of the new child and even stillbirth. In extreme instances of sickness, folks might die.”
CBC Information has reached out to Orca Specialty Meals Ltd. for remark.