Another massive recall has rocked the seafood industry. The Food Standards Agency (FSA), United Kingdom, issued a recall last week. Announcement a recall of Waitrose Frozen Cooked & Peeled Jumbo King Prawns and Essential Frozen Cooked King Prawns. It is important to remove these prawns from the shelves of stores because they were reportedly mixed with an uncooked product.
You can identify the two Waitrose products by their sizes, batch codes and expiration dates. The Frozen Cooked & Peeled Jumbo King Prawns were sold in 200-gram packages with the batch code VN394, and they may have “best before”Dates “up to and including June 2023.” Meanwhile, the Essential Frozen Cooked Prawns were sold in 250-gram packages with the same batch code – VN394 – and their expiration dates are “up to and including February 2024.”Retailers and vendors were directly notified, so we hope these prawns will no longer be on sale in stores.
Customers who purchased these products are advised to check their freezers for any recalled shrimp and dispose of them. In the hope of reaching customers as quickly as possible, the company also posted notice of the recall at point of sale.
For a full refund, customers can return the products to the place where they were bought. They can be thrown out if they are not returned to the store where they were purchased. Raw seafood can cause salmonella and other foodborne diseases.
This is Waitrose’s second major recall for the month. Waitrose 2 British Hot Smoked Rainbow Trout Fillets were recalled on June 7. This recall was due to possible Listeria contamination. Listeria monocytogenes can cause Listeriosis. Although mild symptoms may occur for some, they can prove to be fatal or dangerous for children, pregnant women, and the elderly.
Waitrose and FSA also posted notices at point-of-sale in an effort to reach customers before the product was eaten. It isn’t as common in the U.S. but you can find information from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about food recalls.Social media. The agency is usually It posts recall notices to its websiteThen, he shares them via Twitter and Facebook. People with food allergies or sensitivities may wish to arrange notifications for these types of posts.