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NEW ENGLAND SHRIMP CONDUCTS VOLUNTARY RECALL

 BOSTON, March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Frozen Cooked Salad Shrimp packed in 5 oz., 6 oz., 10 oz., 8 oz., 14 oz., and 16 oz. bags under the following brands: Eldorado, Brilliant, New England, Sea Award, Food Club, Stop & Shop is being voluntarily recalled by New England Shrimp Company, Inc. of Ayer, Mass., because samples of the shrimp have been found to contain the pathogenic bacteria Listeria Monocytogenes.
 Listeria may cause illness in humans. Listeria poses no significant health risks to people who are in good health. It does pose potentially serious risk to the elderly, pregnant women and their fetuses, and other people with weakened immune systems.
 The Cooked Salad Shrimp involved in the recall are identified with the codes NE2032N through NE3502N. The code is printed on the front of each container. Consumers who purchased the Cooked Shrimp with the code dates involved in the recalls should either dispose of the product or return it to the retail store where purchased for a complete refund. The company has made the Food and Drug Administration aware of their actions and is working closely with the administration. Those with questions should contact their personal physician or their local FDA office.
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 /CONTACT: Thaleia Tsongas Schlesinger, 617-266-4800, of Schlesinger & Associates for The New England Shrimp Company/


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