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Euphoria Fancy Food Inc. Issues an Alert on Uneviscerated Fish

 

Contact:

Media:
Vera Itzakova
718-768-3400

Consumer:
Euphoria Fancy Food Inc.
718-768-3400
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - June 19, 2012 - Euphoria Fancy Food Inc. at 149-151 2nd Ave. Brooklyn NY 11215 is recalling DRIED BREAM discovered by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspectors during a routine inspection and subsequent analysis of product by Food Laboratory personnel confirming that the fish was not properly eviscerated prior to processing.

This product may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum spores, which can cause Botulism, a serious and potentially fatal food-borne illness.

The sale of this type of fish is prohibited under New York State Agriculture and Markets regulations because Clostridium botulinum spores are more likely to be concentrated in the viscera than any other portion of the fish.  Uneviscerated fish has been linked to outbreaks of botulism poisoning. Symptoms of  botulism include blurred or double vision, general weakness, poor reflexes, difficulty in swallowing and respiratory paralysis.

The recalled DRIED BREAM comes in an un-coded, 7.5 ounce vacuum packed plastic bag and was sold nationwide.  The UPC number is 7 930042 250954. It is a product of Russia.

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.  Consumers who have DRIED BREAM are advised not to eat it, but should return it to the place of purchase. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 718-768-3400.
 

 

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