Fish Recall Sparks Warning to 15 State

ChatGPT The recall of fish, particularly when it sparks warnings across multiple states, typically revolves around concerns related to contamination, spoilage, or health risks associated with consumption. 

Bacterial Contamination: Fish can harbor bacteria such as Salmonella, Listeria, or E. coli, which pose health risks if consumed. A recall may be issued if testing reveals unsafe levels of these bacteria. 

Presence of Harmful Substances: Contaminants like mercury or PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) can accumulate in fish, especially larger predatory species. High levels of these substances can lead to health advisories and recalls. 

Allergens: Undeclared allergens such as soy, wheat, or shellfish in fish products can trigger recalls, as they pose risks to individuals with allergies. 

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Spoilage: Improper storage or handling during transportation and distribution can lead to spoilage of fish, causing quality issues that prompt a recall. 

Labeling Issues: Incorrect labeling regarding ingredients, origin, or expiration dates can result in recalls to prevent consumer confusion or potential health risks. 

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