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July 6, 2000

King Oscar Brand Rolled Fillets of Anchovies Recalled

San Diego, CA (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported that Bumble Bee Seafood, Inc. is conducting a recall of certain King Oscar brand Rolled Fillets of Anchovies in Pure Olive Oil and Capers because the product is decomposed.

King Oscar brand Rolled Fillets of Anchovies in Pure Olive Oil and Capers, packed in 2-ounce (56 g) tin cans.

Recall #F-560-0. Class III

Can Code A0154D.

Ste. Sialco, Aqadir, Morocco.

Bumble Bee Seafood, Inc., San Diego, California, by letter dated March 7, 2000. Ongoing recall resulted from sample analysis and follow-up by the State of Florida's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services of Tallahassee.  This is the first public notice issued by the FDA.

Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Texas, Florida.

2,080 cases were distributed.

Product is decomposed.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.

Notice of this product warning was sent via email to SafeMail subscribers July 6, 2000.

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