Australia – Harris Smokehouse Smoked Fish recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes

The Department for Health and Wellbeing’s Food Safety and Regulation Branch reported that it had received confirmation of Listeria monocytogenes in Harris Smokehouse Everyday Smashed Smoked Salmon, Premium Smoked Salmon, Hot Smoked Ocean Trout, Hot Smoked Barramundi, and Smoked Salmon Trimmings. As a result, Harris Smokehouse has initiated a recall of five of its smoked fish products produced in South Australia and is working closely with SA Health and the District Council of Mount Barker to isolate the source of the contamination. This recall affects all states and territories of Australia, except Tasmania. The products are sold through independent food retailers, including IGA and Foodland stores. All affected products have now been removed from store shelves. Approximately 1,836 units of these products were sold to consumers. To date, there have been no cases of listeriosis linked to this product. @,the%20detection%20of%20Listeria%20monocytogenes

 Listeria detected in Harris Smokehouse products | SA Health
Listeria detected in Harris Smokehouse products | SA Health

People in South Australia, particularly pregnant women, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems, are advised not to consume five Harris Smokehouse products

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