Global Lamsheng Kee Recalling Frozen Fish Products Due to Undeclared Egg

Those allergic to egg risk serious or fatal allergic reactions if they eat the products

Global Lamsheng Kee Recalling Frozen Fish Products Due to Undeclared Egg
Image: FDA
June 28, 2017

Global Lamsheng Kee has recalled several of its frozen fish products because they contain undeclared egg.

Anyone with an egg allergy risks a serious—even fatal—allergic reaction if they eat one of the products.

RECALLED PRODUCT DETAILS

The affected products include the following:

  • Lam Sheng Kee Frozen Fish Tofu, NET WEIGHT: 240g (8.5OZ), UPC: 4712757550542
  • Lam Sheng Kee Frozen Fried Fish Ball, NET WEIGHT: 227g (8OZ), UPC: 4712757550535
  • Lam Sheng Kee Frozen White Fish Ball, NET WEIGHT: 32.1OZ (910g), UPC: 9555123702252

WHERE WERE THE PRODUCTS SOLD?

The affected items are sold frozen and include all lots that do not include egg as an ingredient on the label. They were distributed at retailers in Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, Texas, Michigan, and North Carolina.

WHAT SHOULD CONSUMERS DO?

Although there have been no illnesses reported in connection with this recall, consumers who possess the affected products are urged to take them back to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For more information, consumers can reach Global Lamsheng Kee at (718) 501-1577.