Dozens of salmon products have been recalled from Switzerland’s largest retail stores

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Several salmon products sold by Coop, Migros and Volg could contain listeria bacteria.

The Liechtenstein supplier Ospelt food detected the presence of bacteria in its salmon products during internal controls.

All stores have issued statements asking all customers who have bought these products not to consume them and to bring them back to the store for safety.

The list includes:

  • Coop Naturaplan Bio Coeur de saumon fumé env. 110g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix MSC Tatare de saumon sauvage fumé avec sauce env. 100g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix Saumon fumé Écosse 120g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix Coupures de saumon fumé 180g
  • Prix Garantie Saumon fumé Norvège 200g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix Saumon toast fumé 100g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix Saumon fumé Norvège 200g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix ASC Saumon fumé Norvège Lemon/Pepper 100g
  • Coop Naturaplan Bio Saumon fumé Vanille 100g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix MSC Saumon sauvage Sockeye fumé 250g
  • Coop Qualité & Prix MSC Saumon sauvage Sockeye fumé 100g
  • Fine Food MSC Saumon sauvage Kenai fumé 100g
  • Mövenpick MSC Saumon sauvage Coho fumé 120g
  • Mövenpick MSC Tatare de saumon sauvage fumé avec sauce 130g
  • Mövenpick Saumon fumé Islande 90g
  • ZENBU Small Uramaki (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Salmon (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Gozen (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Maki Mix (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Salmon Poké (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Uramaki Mix (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Maru Maki (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Nigiri Small (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Nigiri Large (Sushi)
  • ZENBU Nigiri & Small Uramaki (Sushi)

Ospelt has a special plant for fish products, Heuwiese in Weite, Switzerland, which processes Pacific and Atlantic salmon.

SalmonBusiness has contacted Ospelt food for comment.