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UPDATE: West Coast Seafood Retailers Recall Skipanon Products
Additional recalls have been issued by:
- Seaquest Seafood Corp: Industry, California-based company recalling dehydrated and uneviscerated fish sold under the “Sunrise Brand,” including anchovies, perch, river barb, and big-eye herrings.
- Josephson’s Smokehouse: Astoria, Oregon-based company recalling nine canned seafood products made by Skipanon, including salmon, sturgeon, and tuna.
- OleBob’s Seafoods: Ilwaco, Washington-based company recalling ALL canned tuna and salmon products beginning with codes “OC” made by Skipanon.
- Gilmore Fish Smokehouse: Dallesport, Washington-based company recalling ALL canned gourmet smoked Columbia sturgeon, fresh packed Pacific salmon, gourmet smoked Chinook salmon, Gilmore Fish brand products made by Skipanon.
- CSFPDX: Garibaldi, Orgeon-based company recalling all 4-lb canned wild albacore tuna.
- Sockeye Suzy’s Fish Co: White Swan, Washington-based company is recalling ALL canned catfish, salmon, sturgeon, and walleye with codes starting with “OC.”
- Farmer Creek: Cloverdale, Oregon-based company recalling all canned albacore tuna (6-oz cans) made by Skipanon.
October 21, 2015 — Northwest Wild Products has expanded a recall to include 3 more products and Dungeness Seaworks has recalled all albacore tuna. The recalls involve black cod, salmon, sardines, steelhead, sturgeon, tuna, and Razor clams with any codes starting with “OC.” Click here to read more.
October 16, 2015 — Ecola Seafoods and the Garibaldi Cannery have issued recalls for tuna and salmon products made by Skipanon Seafood that may be under-processed and could pose a risk of botulism. Click here to read more.
Skipanon Recalls All Canned Seafood
October 13, 2015 — Skipanon Brand Seafoods LLC has issued a recall for all canned seafood products because they may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacteria that can cause botulism.
No reports of illness or botulism have been linked to the recall. The recall was initiated after FDA inspectors found a lack of documentation and possibly under-processed products.
All lots and sizes of all Skipanon-brand seafood are being recalled. The products were distributed to wholesalers and retailers in Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. They were also sold online from the manufacturer’s website. The last distribution date was in September 2015.
Skipanon seafood products included in the recall:
- Albacore tuna
- Smoked albacore tuna
- Chinook salmon
- Smoked Chinook salmon
- Peppered smoked Chinook salmon
- Coho salmon
- Columbia River sockeye
- Sockeye salmon
- Fancy steelhead
- Smoked steelhead
- Peppered smoked steelhead
- Smoked sturgeon
What is Botulism?
Botulism is a rare but severe type of food poisoning that can result in paralysis and death. It is caused by a nerve toxin produced by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum.
The most common symptoms include general weakness, dizziness, double-vision and trouble speaking or swallowing. Other symptoms may include difficulty breathing, weakness of other muscles, abdominal distention and constipation.
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