Mill Stream Corp. (d/b/a Sullivan Harbor Farm) has issued a voluntary recall for frozen smoked salmon that may be contaminated with botulism bacteria that can cause life-threatening illness or death. The affected products were sold between March 7 and September 17, 2019.
The products were sold in a variety of weight classes: whole salmon side, 2-pound, 1-pound, 8-ounce, and 4-ounce. The lot numbers affected include: 7049, 7050, 7051, 7052, 7054, 7056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 7066.
The smoked salmon products were sold and distributed in 23 states: Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Utah, Iowa, Tennessee, Minnesota, Colorado, Florida, Arizona, Wisconsin, Washington, Georgia, Illinois, Virginia, Michigan and Texas.
The products were sold frozen by Mill Stream Corp, but may have been thawed by retailers before sale. Consumers should immediately discard of the product.
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