Frozen fish cakes recall

Frozen fish cakes recall

For the fifth time this year, the Canadian Food inspection agency has recalled a frozen food product over the fear of salmonella contamination. More than 70 people across Canada are infected by a foodborne illness.

An investigation into an outbreak of foodborne illness has led to frozen fish.

Shirakiku brand Frozen Fish Cakes are being recalled, including Manitoba. The improperly labeled fish cakes are being recalled due to undeclared egg, milk, shrimp, and octopus.

In a release, The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says, "The food recall warning issued on July 10, 2019, has been updated to include additional product information.

All variations of the product - including Gobou Maki, Ika Maki, Age Ball, and Satsuma Age - are all being recalled.

People who experience symptoms, or who have underlying medical conditions, should contact their health care provider if they suspect they have a Salmonella infection. Please make sure everyone in your family is healthy and feel good. The food we consume is a very important factor in our own health. After all, we are what we eat, let’s stay healthy!