High Risk of Botulism from Ungutted Salted Fish Products, such as Fesikh

by Health Canada on May 8, 2012

in Canadian Recalls,Health Canada Recalls

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada are advising Canadians that the consumption of certain whole salted fish products like fesikh, a traditional dish in the Egyptian community, represents an increased risk of botulism because of the way they are prepared.

This is a summary of a recall issued by Health Canada. The link below will take you to the original recall press release containing complete information, including instructions about what to do if you are affected by this recall.

View Full Details Of Original Health Canada Recall Notice Here

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