Some batches of Yutaka Sushi Nori seaweed from manufacturer Tazaki Foods Ltd. have been recalled for high iodine contentDon't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
New recall from the Ministry of Health that this time concerns some batches of nori seaweed for sushi, reported as having excessive levels of iodine.
Yutaka Sushi Nori seaweed, widely used in the preparation of sushi, has been the subject of a recall by the manufacturer itself, Tazaki Foods Ltd.
The products to be checked are sold in packs of 11 grams and belong to specific lots, which in this case correspond to the minimum storage terms:
These algae are produced at the 12 Innova Way plant in Enfield (UK) and have been found to have a high iodine content in the above batches. As a result, the withdrawal from the market took place.
It is therefore advisable for those who have purchased the product to check the lot and, if it matches those reported, not to consume the seaweed but to bring it back to the store.
@Ministry of Health
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Source: Ministry of Health
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