Last week I posted the following food recall, and it has been expanded (details below):
Yet again, Israelis who like fish need to check their fridges.
"HaTikva Smoked Fish" and The Ministry of Health have announced a recall of the following products:
1. Herring (labeled Matias) Fillets in oil - 480g packages, with a sell-by date of 6.4.15
2. "Palmida" in oil - 480g packages, with a sell-by date of 9.4.15
The affected products tested positive for listeria.
The products are being
recalled from store shelves, and consumers who have purchased these
products are asked NOT to eat them, but to return them to the store
where purchased for a refund.
The recall has been expanded to include ALL 480g packages of Herring Fillets (labeled Matjes/Matias) in oil with expiration dates between 7.3.15 and 9.4.15
Consumers who have purchased this product are asked NOT to eat them, and to return them to the store where purchased for a refund.
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