Cajun-style smoked salmon focus of Alaska recall after bacterial contamination found
November 10, 2010 – The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation has requested the recall of a batch of Santa’s Smokehouse smoked salmon from a Fairbanks producer after it found a shipment contaminated with Listeria bacteria.
The department has targeted half-pound bags of Cajun-Style Smoked Keta Salmon sold between Aug. 27 and Nov. 6. The department found the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes in a batch sold at the company’s retail stores. The Santa’s Smokehouse brand is produced by Interior Alaska Fish Processors, Inc.
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