Cured fish recalled for possible contamination
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Los Angeles seafood company is voluntarily recalling a popular fish because it may be contaminated.
LA Star Seafood said it is recalling 20-pound bulk boxes of smoked and dry vobla fish. The salt-cured fish could have bacteria that can cause botulism, which is potentially life-threatening.
Customers who purchased the fish between Feb. 28 and April 23 are urged to destroy or return it. There have not been any reports of illnesses.
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