Last updated on 11 October 2013
Vaisyaa brand frozen fish products recalled
United Cater Ltd is recalling all date codes of a number of frozen fish products under the Vaisyaa brand, because they were produced in an unapproved establishment and do not comply with food hygiene legislation. The Food Standards Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice.
The Vaisyaa branded products being recalled are:
- Squid rings
- Squid tubes
- Raw and cooked tiger prawns
- Cooked prawns
- Tilapia fillets and whole tilapia
- Ora steaks
- Silver panfret
- Seafood mix
- Indian mackerel
- Milk fish
- Emperor fish
- Rabbit fish
- Baby shark
- Leather jacket steak
- Japanese threadfin
Date codes: All date codes are affected
Pack sizes: Product weights vary and are known to be up to 1kg
United Cater Ltd is recalling the above products. Product recall notices have been supplied to stores to tell customers about the recall.
If you have bought any of the products listed, please do not eat them. Instead, return them to the store where you bought it.
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