Recall: Zip International Sliced Herring Fillet Due To Listeria

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According to news sources, a possible Listeria contamination has prompted a recall alert of Sliced Herring Fillet In Oil by Zip International Group LLC.

The company announced the potential contamination of its Sliced herring fillet product after a routine sampling of the product came back positive for Listera monocytogenes. The recall affects herring fillet products that come in 330 gram or 600 gram plastic containers, with a Best By date of 03/06/12.

The initial discovery of Listeria contamination in the recalled product was reportedly made by the New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets Food Inspectors after a routine random sampling.

Consumers with the recalled sliced herring fillets may contact the company at 732-225-3600 for any additional questions or concerns and return the product to the point of purchase for a full refund. Consumers should stop using the recalled product immediately.

As a San Bernardino personal injury lawyer, I urge you to be mindful of threats from food-borne bacteria. Consumers that have purchased a known defective product should stop using it immediately. If you or a loved one have been injured by a defective product, I urge you to contact a personal injury attorney San Bernardino to learn about your legal options.