New Zealand – Prime Smoke brand Smoked Salmon Shavings – Listeria monocytogenes

MPI

Product type Ready-to-eat Smoked fish
Name of product (size) Prime Smoke brand Smoked Salmon Shavings (100g)
Batch marking 13012608F
Package size and description The product is sold in a 100g plastic bag.
Distribution The product is sold at the below supermarkets in the North Island:

Auckland

  • New World Mt Roskill
  • New World Papatoetoe
  • New World Stonefields
  • New World Waiuku

Waikato

  • New World Te Kuiti
  • New World Waihi

Bay of Plenty

  • New World Te Puke
  • New World Westend
  • New World Whakatane
  • Pak’nSave Papamoa

Taranaki

  • New World Waitara

Wellington

  • New World Silverstream
  • New World Whitby
  • Pak’nSave Kapiti

The product has not been exported.

Notes This recall does not affect any other Prime Smoke brand products or any other products from Hororata Foods Ltd.

Consumer advice

Customers are asked to check the batch marking printed on the sticker on the back of the packet.

Affected product should not be consumed unless the product is cooked thoroughly (piping hot all the way through). There have been no reports of illness, however, if you have consumed any of this product and have any concerns about your health, seek medical advice.

Customers should return the product to their retailer for a full refund or cook thoroughly (piping hot all the way through).

Information on Listeria and food safety from the Ministry for Primary Industries:

Who to contact

If you have questions, contact Hororata Foods Ltd:

  • Phone: 0800 222 811
  • Address: Hororata, RD2, Darfield

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