Norway Seafoods recalls products in Denmark over Listeria risk

Norway Seafoods has recalled products sold in Denmark at the supermarket chains Irma and DognNetto, citing potential risk of Listeria, reported

amy.pregnant.listeriaProducts were also recalled from Fotex and Bilka.

Listeria was found at one of the production sites. The affected products were made on Oct. 21, with an expiry date of Nov. 17.

It is the second time within a short period of time that Norway Seafoods has had to recall products, noted iLaks, adding the listeria was detected by the company’s own control system.

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