Warning: Clams, salmon bought online ...

Warning: Clams, salmon bought online from B.C. distributor could kill

There are 1 comment on the Daily News story from Dec 16, 2012, titled Warning: Clams, salmon bought online from B.C. distributor could kill. In it, Daily News reports that:

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.

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Anonymous

Cainta, Philippines

#1 Dec 16, 2012
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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