Seafood Inc. Recalls Breaded Frozen Fish
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Consumer Media: 888-Info-FDA
May 12, 1999
Vancouver, WA (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) today reported that Tai Wing Hong Importer Inc. is recalling breaded
frozen fish packed in poly lined cases, because the products contain undeclared allergens
a-d contain undeclared FD&C Yellow # 5, FD&C Yellow # 6, and dehydrated
e-f contain undeclared wheat flour, FD&C Yellow 5, FD&C Yellow #6, and
dehydrated skim milk.
a) Cod - 2 oz. pieces, in 10 lb cases
b) Halibut pieces - 2 oz. pieces, 3 oz. pieces (V.S.I. label),4 oz. Pieces, 5 oz pieces,
in 10 lb. Cases
c) Halibut fillets - 4 oz. pieces in 10 lb. Cases.
d) Halibut patties - 3 oz. Pieces, 4 oz. pieces each in 10 lb cases.
e) Burgerville sandwich in 20 lb. cases
f) Burgerville Fish-N-Chips in 20 lb. cases.
Products a-d: all products bearing date codes prior to Jan 01 99.
Products e-f: all products bearing date codes prior to and including Apr 08 99.
Vancouver Seafood Inc., Vancouver, Washington.
Manufacturer, by letter on April 22, 1999. Firm-initiated recall ongoing.
a-d) Washington state, Oregon, California;
a-d) Approximately 3,970 pounds;
e-f) Approximately 6,000-8,000 pounds were distributed.