MIAMI, Fla. -

A South Florida seafood company is recalling some of its salmon products because of possible bacterial contamination.

Michael Gourmet Delicacies announced a recall Tuesday for Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Batch 1443, which had been sold from June to November in Whole Foods stores throughout Florida.

The recall was the result of a routine sampling by the Florida Department of Agriculture that revealed that the finished product contained listeria, a bacteria that cause serious and sometimes fatal infections.

Michael Gourmet Delicacies has ceased the sale of the entire affected batch.

No illnesses have been reported.