Salmon Burgers Sold At Costco Are Being Recalled As They ‘May Contain Small Pieces Of Metal’

Kristin Salaky
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From Delish

Trident Seafoods Corporation has issued a voluntary recall for a select batch of its Pacific Salmon Burgers sold at Costco over concerns that they could contain small pieces of metal.

The company issued the recall over the weekend. According to the FDA notice, the recall only affects a single lot number of Pacific Salmon Burgers sold in three-pound boxes. The burgers affected have a Lot Number GC101431 and a best by date of 01/14/2023. If you have the specific boxes involved in this recall, you should not consume the burgers, as there is a risk of a choking hazard as well as additional types of injury. You can take them back to your local Costco for a full refund. There have been no reports of any injury or illness linked to the salmon burgers that are under recall.

Photo credit: Trident
Photo credit: Trident

Trident said in the FDA recall release that while the specific source of the small pieces of metal has not been located, the company takes food safety seriously and is investigating this situation thoroughly.

For additional information or if you have any questions, you can contact Trident's Consumer Affairs Team at 1-866-413-4749 from Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. PST, or via email to consumeraffairs@tridentseafoods.com. You can also get additional information as well as photos of the packaging and lot numbers involved by visiting the recall page here.

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