The Connecticut Dept. of Consumer Protection is urging residents to check their refrigerators for EZ Noble Sushi, sold at Geissler's Supermarket, after several products were recalled for lacking allergen information.
East Windsor-based EZ Noble Sushi voluntarily recalled the following products:
- Shrimp tempura and spicy shrimp roll (11.2 oz) - missing egg and wheat allergens
- Spicy salmon roll (9.6 oz) - missing egg allergen
- Spicy tuna roll (9.6 oz) - missing egg allergen
- Spicy shrimp roll (8 oz) - missing egg allergen
- Philadelphia avocado or cucumber classic roll (8 oz) - milk allergen not declared
- Pink lady and salmon avocado roll (9 oz) - egg allergen not declared
- Shrimp tempura & lobster roll (12.8 oz) - missing wheat allergen declaration
- California crunch roll (9.6 oz) - missing wheat allergen declaration
DCP officials said Geissler's is the only market to sell the products, and they've since removed the products from their shelves. The store is working with EZ Noble Sushi to correct the labels.
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Allergens not listed on the labels include eggs, wheat and milk. The sushi in question was delivered to all of the supermarket's locations.
Geissler's Supermarket has multiple locations across Connecticut and Massachusetts, including in East Windsor, Windsor, Somers, Bloomfield, South Windsor and Granby.
“Properly labeling food products is critical to protecting the health and safety of consumers," said Deputy Commissioner Maureen Magnan. "Thank you to our food Inspectors for their hard work in ensuring product safety, and to EZ Noble Sushi and Geissler’s for working quickly to address this issue.”
Anyone who bought the above listed products is being urged not to consume it and throw it out, or return it. Anyone who ate the products and is feeling sick should seek medical attention.
No illnesses have been reported yet.
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