The Canadian Food stuff Inspection Company is recalling specified types of Pacific oysters harvested earlier this week in B.C.
The agency suggests the oysters may be unsafe thanks to the presence of a maritime biotoxin that can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning when eaten.
The recall applies to farm-raised oysters harvested on July 14 beneath the brand title Union Bay Seafood Ltd., which is dependent in Richmond, B.C.
The influenced products and solutions involve:
- Pacific oysters, Mica’s Petite Effingham Inlet (five-dozen packs)
- Pacific oysters, Effingham Inlet Xs (five-dozen packs)
- Oyster N/Shell Effingham XSM (5-dozen packs)
The oysters are dispersed in B.C., Alberta and Ontario.
Symptoms can appear inside a couple minutes or up to 10 hrs immediately after use. They incorporate tingling and numbness of the lips, tongue, hands and feet, and difficulty swallowing.
Serious symptoms include problem going for walks, muscle mass paralysis, respiratory paralysis and loss of life.
The agency claims the recall was triggered by take a look at benefits and no illnesses have been noted. It states recalled solutions ought to be thrown out or returned to the store where they were procured.