Garibaldi Cannery and Ecola Seafoods Recalling Canned Salmon and Tuna Products

Both Garibaldi Cannery and Ecola Seafoods are recalling canned salmon and tuna products. Consumers are warned to throw away all cans regardless if they don’t smell or look spoiled. The products are believed to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause life-threatening illness or death.

These products have been shipped to consumers nationwide. Products containing codes starting with “OC” and packaged in metal cans are part of the recall. All products were made by Skipanon Brand Seafoods LLC and believed to be under-processed during canning, causing the bacteria to develop. The problem was found during a routine inspection by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 

The last date of distribution of the recalled products was September 2015. The Garibaldi Company has asked that consumers contact them for replacement products, as they have received new canned products from a different manufacturer to offer. Replacements or refunds will only be given for products that are returned to The Garibaldi Cannery. Their new products contain codes starting with “B” located on the top of the can.

Notify the companies if you have any concerns or questions regarding the recall.

TGC Smoked Albacore Tuna LabelThe Garibaldi Cannery LLC

thegaribaldicannery@gmail.com

(503) 322-3344

Screen Shot 2015-10-16 at 11.26.58 AMECOLA Seafoods

(503) 436-9130

 PRODUCT NAME NET WEIGHT
 ALBACORE TUNA 8 oz. (227 g)
 ALBACORE TUNA BELLIES ( The word Bellies is written on   top of can ) 8 oz. (227 g)
 ALBACORE TUNA NO SALT 8 oz. (227 g)
 JALAPEÑO ALBACORE TUNA 8 oz. (227 g)
 SMOKED ALBACORE TUNA 8 oz. (227 g)
 GARLIC ALBACORE TUNA 8 oz. (227 g)
 PACIFIC SALMON 6 oz. (170 g)
 SMOKED PACIFIC SALMON 6 oz. (170 g)
 SILVER SALMON 6 oz. (170 g)
 CHINOOK SALMON 6 oz. (170 g)

Update: Pacific Oyster Company was added to recall of Skipanon Brand Seafoods LLC products.

ucm467440Pacific Oyster Company

fishpeddler.baycity@gmail.com
 503-905-4446

 

UPDATE: More brands add to the recall: Dungeness Seaworks, Northwest Wild Products, Brigham Fish Market