Catfish from Vietnam recalled for lack of reinspection

Corfu Meals Inc. of Bensenville, IL, is recalling 6,570 kilos of swai, also called catfish, imported from Vietnam that was not introduced for import reinspection into the USA, the U.S. Division of Agriculture’s Meals Security and Inspection Service (FSIS) introduced at the moment.

“The issue was found when an organization notified FSIS that they acquired and additional distributed imported product with out verifying that the product was introduced for FSIS import reinspection,” in accordance with the recall discover posted by the FSIS.

Shoppers could have bought the swai fillets in bulk or hand wrapped from the fish counter at retailers.

The frozen swai fish fillet gadgets had been imported on Jan. 15, 2022. The next product is topic to recall. See labels here.

  • 15-lb. bulk corrugated field packages containing varied sizes of “PACIFIC DYNASTY SWAI FILLETS” and lot code VN 461 VI 354.

The frozen fish had been shipped to establishments, eating places, and retail areas in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. 

As of the posting of the recall discover, there had been no confirmed experiences of adversarial reactions as a result of consumption of those merchandise. Anybody involved a couple of response ought to contact a healthcare supplier.

FSIS is worried that some product could also be in institutional, restaurant, or customers’ fridges or freezers. Eating places and establishments are urged to not serve these merchandise. 

Shoppers who’ve bought these merchandise are urged to not eat them. These merchandise must be thrown away or returned to the place of buy.

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