Seattle company recalling salmon spread
Jensen's Old Fashioned Smokehouse is recalling a smoked salmon spread because of concerns about possible contamination. Jensen's says 936 tubs...
Jensen's Old Fashioned Smokehouse is recalling a smoked salmon spread because of concerns about possible contamination.
Jensen's says 936 tubs of its Seattle Style Wild Smoked Salmon Spread Lemon Dill and Onion are being recalled because of the possibility they are contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes — an organism that can cause serious infections in the young, the elderly and those with weak immune systems.
The spread in question is coded "Sell by 10/20/07." It was distributed in retail stores in Western Washington and sold in 7-ounce plastic tubs.
No illnesses have been confirmed. The recall came after Food and Drug Administration testing showed the finished product contained the bacteria.
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