A batch of smoked Norwegian salmon is called: foreign body found

A batch of North King branded Norwegian smoked salmon withdrawn following a report of a foreign body

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If you have recently purchased packaged Norwegian salmon, beware. Supermarket chain Sogegross has published the recall notice for a batch of Norwegian branded smoked salmon North King following a report by a customer that he found a foreign body in fish bought at the supermarket.

The recalled smoked Norwegian salmon is sold in packs of 500 grams and was produced in the factory with identification mark PL 22141801 WE CE. Here is the card with all the details of the withdrawn lot:


As a precaution, it is therefore recommended not to consume smoked salmon with the batch number and deadlines indicated and to report it together with the invoice at the point of sale where it was purchased.

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