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Whole Foods Pollock and Cod Fillets recalled due to undeclared allergen

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Fish fillets sold at Whole Foods Markets have been recalled due to an undeclared soy allergen, according to a press release.

Tampa Bay Fisheries in Florida announced the recall Friday, and the FDA issued it the next day.

The affected products are 365 from Whole Foods Market, 32-ounce bags of “beer-battered pollock” and 12-ounce cartons of “beer-battered cod” fillets.

“People with allergies or sensitivities to soy are at risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product,” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration statement said.

The filets were available for purchase at Whole Foods stores nationwide between September 8 and December 22, 2023.

No illnesses had been reported at the time of the recall, which was carried out after it was discovered that the soy-containing product had been distributed without the packaging disclosing the presence of soy.

Consumers who purchased the affected products should not consume them, but rather discard them, Tampa Bay Fisheries says.

Customers with valid receipts can bring them into Whole Foods stores for a full refund.

Whole Foods Market has recalled cod and pollock fillets due to an undeclared soy allergen. Christophe Sadowski
The front of recalled “beer battered” pollock fillets at Whole Foods. FDA
The back of the pollock package. FDA
The front of the recalled “beer-battered cod” fillets. FDA
The back of the cod fillets. FDA

Anyone with questions can contact Tampa Bay Fisheries, Inc. at 800-SEAFOOD (732-3663) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

Further information on the affected frozen products can be found here.





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