Danish seafood giant Royal Greenland is recalling some ready-to-eat fish fillets in Denmark over the potential risk of listeria.

The recall is being done as a precaution "as it cannot be ruled out with certainty that some products may contain the disease-causing bacteria listeria," the company said in a press release.

The product is sold in Rema 1000 stores and is called "ready-to-cook fish fillet."

It is sold refrigerated in plastic trays, and there are two to three breaded fillets in each tray with a total weight of 160 grams.