Frozen Tuna Sold in Texas and Oklahoma May Have Hepatitis A
How did you get hepatitis? I ate a tuna salad.
The United States Food and Drug Administration notified restaurants, retailers, and consumers this past Friday that the frozen tuna sold in Texas, California, and Oklahoma about the recall. The yellowfin tuna (cubes and steaks) from Sustainable Seafood Company in Vietnam or from Santa Cruz Seafood Inc. in the Philippines tested positive hepatitis A.
As of right now, no people have been reported to be sick from the tuna. The FDA says symptoms include fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, and low-grade fever. If you know someone that has gotten sick from the tuna, they're urged to go to a hospital immediately.
The FDA released a list of some of the confirmed shipping locations for the tuna.
|Central Market Kitchen N||HEB Vendor #15385, Austin, TX|
|Conservatory Plano||6401 Ohio Dr. Plano, TX|
|Hilton Garden Inn||23535 Northgate Crossing, Spring, TX|
|Jack Ryan's||102 N. College Ave. Tyler, TX|
|Jack Ryan's||119 N. Longview St. Kilgore, TX|
|Johnny Tamale||4647 E. Sam Houston, Pasadena, TX|
|Marriott Conf. Center||2801 St. Hwy 9, Norman OK|
|Myron's Prime Steakhouse||10003 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX|
|Prestonwood CC||15909 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX|
|Sea Ranch Restaurant||1 Padre Blvd., S Padre Island, TX|
|Sysco East Texas||4577 Estes Pkwy, Longview, TX|
|Sysco Foods Central Texas||1260 Schwab R. New Braunfels, TX|
|Sysco Food Houston||10710 Greens Crossing Blvd, Houston, TX|
|The Schooner||1507 S, Hwy 69, Nederland, TX|
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