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Salmon Recalled for Listeria Risk

A Florida-based company is recalling its sockeye salmon because the fish has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Michael Gourmet Delicacies of Miami, FL issued a voluntary recall of four varieties of vacuum packed Alaskan sockeye salmon Monday after testing by the Florida Department of Agriculture revealed Listeria in a sample of the product.

The salmon subject to this recall was distributed at all Whole Foods Market locations in the state of Florida, according to the recall announcement.

The recalled products include:

- 4 oz. packages of Michaels Gourmet Delicacies’ Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Vacuum Packed, Batch# 1443, UPC Code 93573 81729

- 8 oz. packages of Michaels Gourmet Delicacies’ Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Vacuum Packed, Batch# 1443, UPC Code 93573 81728

- 16 oz. packages of Michaels Gourmet Delicacies’ Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Vacuum Packed, Batch# 1443, UPC Code 13964 11568

- 4 oz. packages of Trimmings in Plastic Container Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Batch# 1443, UPC Code 93573 81729

Consumers who purchased the above items should discard them or return them to their point of purchase.

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