Fish supplier The Fine Seafood Company has recalled five of its products.
All date codes of the company’s 100g packs of smoked salmon have been recalled following detection of high levels of listeria monocytogenes, the bacteria that can cause listeria. The recall comes less than three months after listeria monocytogenes were found in another The Fine Seafood Company product.
The supplier has also recalled its 150g and 240g packs of plain and peppered smoked mackerel because of incorrect use-by date information.
While no illnesses had been reported in relation to the affected products, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said investigations were ongoing. No other The Fine Seafood Company products are known to be affected.
Some of the supplier’s 70g whiskey-cured, oak-smoked salmon packs were recalled on 30 May following the detection of high levels of listeria monocytogenes in the product.
A spokesman for the FSA said at the time that “corrective actions had been put in place to avoid re-occurrence”.