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Undeclared wheat & soy allergens lead to Alaskan salmon recall

White Cane Sockeye Salmon LLC has informed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of a recall of their Wild Alaskan Cooked and Smoked Salmon due to undeclared wheat and soy allergens.



Recalled Products:

White Cane Sockeye Salmon Wild Alaskan Cooked Salmon

White Cane Sockeye Salmon Smoked Salmon

Product sold on 5/15/2022


The recall was initiated after what appears to be a mislabeled package. A Teriyaki Sauce didn’t indicate that it contained wheat and soy, when in fact it did. This led to the recall of the above products. They were sold frozen in vacuum sealed bags at farmer’s markets, and not in traditional stores. So there are no lot codes or best by dates on the packages.

Undeclared allergens as we know now can have mild effects, but they can also be extremely dangerous, especially for those with weakened immune systems. Children, the elderly, and pregnant women are all in much greater danger when it comes to the consumption of undeclared allergens.

If you purchased any of the recalled salmon, you should discard it or return it to your retailer for a refund. As of this time, there have been no reported illnesses related to this recall.

To read the recall alert in full from the FDA, follow this link: