Seafood products recalled due to safety concerns
The following cold-smoked fish products from Sjógæti, packaged in the 5 March-23 March period (both dates included), have been taken off the shelves due to listeria concerns.
▪ 200 gram smoked salmon, sliced
▪ 150 gram salmon pieces
▪ 300 gram salmon pieces
▪ 150 gram halibut pieces
The products have been sold in Faroese stores and have now been recalled because some of them were found to contain listeria bacteria, which may be harmful.
Symptoms of listeria resemble those of the common flu, including fever, headache and in some cases stomach troubles, reports Food and Veterinary Authority HFS.
People who have purchased these products are asked to either return them to the store where they bought them or throw them away.
Read the Faroese version of this article here
Translated by prosa.fo