It's been a bad week for tuna-lovers. On Wednesday, Bumble Bee recalled its chunk light tuna because of fears that contaminated cans could produce an outbreak of life-threatening illnesses in those who ate from the bad cans. Now Chicken of the Sea is doing a similar voluntary recall.
The food company is recalling 100, 000 cans because the tuna may be undercooked--and possibly contaminated by disease-carrying bacteria.
The cans in question were sold nationwide, and include:
5-oz cans of Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna in Oil. The UPC code is 0 4800000195 5 and the Best By date is 2/10/19.
5-oz cans of Chicken of the Sea Chuck Light Tuna in Water. The UPC code is 0 4800000245 7 and the Best By dates are in February and March 2019.
If you have these cans at home, chuck 'em.
For more information, go to the FDA's website.
There's been a voluntary recall of sunflower seed snacks from various brands, including Planters, because of possible listeria contamination. For the states affected, go to the FDA for info. Click here for other listeria-related food recalls.
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