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Ten major food stores have withdrawn nearly 50 salmon products from sale because of contamination fears.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) says the salmon supplied by a firm called Marine Harvest is believed to have been the source of the contamination.
The fish went to supermarkets including the "big four" of Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons.
The FSA said the salmon, thought to have been tainted with diesel
, was very unlikely to pose a risk to health.
The fish, some of which was processed by a second firm, Young's Seafood, also went to Booths, Budgens, Co-op, Nisa-Today, ShopRite and Somerfield.
The affected use-by dates are between 7 and 28 February.