Warning: Clams, salmon bought online from B.C. distributor could kill
Dec 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily News
The BC Centre for Disease Control is warning people not to eat clams, salmon and other seafood sold by a private distributor in Port Hardy because of the risk of shellfish poisoning and botulism.
Seafood should be inspected thoroughly before you buy them. They can be harmful and may cause food poisoning if not properly checked.
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