May 26, 2024

Do Not Eat Frozen Raw Half Shell JJBR Oysters From Korea

Do not eat certain frozen raw half shell JJBR oysters from Korea because they are associated with a norovirus outbreak that has sickened people in Utah, according to the FDA. JJBR (KR-15-SP) Tongyeong, Republic of Korea (ROK) is recalling frozen half-shell oysters with lot number B231227 because they may be contaminated with norovirus. The recalled oysters were harvested from ROK Designated Area No. 1 on 12/27/2023. They were processed by JBR (KR-15-SP) in Tongyeong, ROK on 12/28/2023 as frozen half-shell oysters, with lot number B231227. These oysters were distributed by Khee Trading, Inc. (Compton, CA), which is also recalling them. On 5/15/2024, JC Foods of Salt Lake City, Utah initiated a voluntary recall of frozen half shell oysters, with lot number B231227, that were … [Read more...]

Some Raw Korean Oysters May Be Contaminated With Norovirus

Some raw Korean oysters may be contaminated with norovirus, according to the FDA. Restaurants and food retailers in California might have bought the oysters. They may have been distributed to other states as well. The oysters were harvested from Designated Area No. 1 on November 27, 2023 and January 3, 2024, and from Designated Area No. 2 on February 14, 2024, and processed on November 27, 2023, January 4, 2024, and February 15, 2024. The oysters are raw, and frozen on the half shell. The oysters were processed by JBR (KR 15 SP) in Tongyeongsi, Republic of Korea. The lot numbers of the recalled oysters are B231126, B240103, and B240214. There are some people sick with norovirus in San Diego County, according to officials. There are at least 11 people sick. The customers ate the … [Read more...]

FDA Warns Norm Bloom and Son Oysters May Contain Norovirus

The FDA is warning restaurants and retailers that Norm Bloom and Son oysters that were harvested in Westport, Connecticut may contain norovirus. The oysters were harvested on February 20, 2024 and have the lot number 207. The restaurants that may have received the oysters are in these states: Connecticut (CT), Florida (FL), Georgia (GA), Maine (ME), Maryland (MD), Massachusetts (MA), Minnesota (MN), New Jersey (NJ), Ohio (OH), Rhode Island (RI), South Carolina (SC) and Texas (TX). In addition, consumers in those states may have purchased the oysters (CT-069-SS, AQ), also with harvest date 2/20/2024 and lot 207. The Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture, is conducting the recall. The Norm Bloom and Son oysters are associated with a norovirus outbreak in … [Read more...]

Do Not Eat Acuacultura Integral De Baja Oysters, Says FDA

Do not eat Acuacultura Integral De Baja Oysters, the FDA says, because they may be contaminated with norovirus and there is an outbreak linked to them. The oysters in question were harvested on 12/15/2023, 12/16/2023, 12/19, 2023, 12/23/2023, or 12/29/2023. The full name of the company that harvested the oysters is Acuacultura Integral De Baja California SA de CV - MX 4 SS. The oysters were harvested from harvest area Laguna Manuela, B.C., Mexico on 12/15/2023, 12/16/2023, or 12/23/2023, or from harvest area Laguna De Guerrero Negro, B.C., Mexico on 12/15/2023, 12/16/2023, 12/19/2023, or 12/29/2023. The oysters were sold to restaurants and retailers in California and may have been sold to restaurants in other states as well. Oysters that are contaminated with norovirus can cause … [Read more...]

FDA: Avoid Sociedad Acuicola GolPac Oysters From Mexico

The FDA is telling restaurants to not sell or serve Sociedad Acuicola GolPac Oysters that were harvested on 12/18/2023 or 12/27/2023 because they may be contaminated with norovirus. The oysters were harvested from Bahia Salina, Sonora, Mexico. The California Department of Public Health told the FDA of an outbreak of norovirus in San Diego County, California that has been linked to consumption of oysters from a specific harvest location in Mexico. The number of people sickened is not being released at this time. Mexican Shellfish Authorities have launched an investigation into the source of the virus and have closed the Bahia Salina growing area to harvest as of 1/12/2024. The oysters were distributed to restaurants and retailers in California and may have been sold in other … [Read more...]

Sonora Mexico Rocky Point Oysters Linked to Norovirus Outbreak

Sonora Mexico Rocky Point Oysters are linked to a norovirus outbreak in San Diego County, according to public health officials. At least 41 confirmed and probable cases of norovirus have been reported. People started getting sick in mid-December 2023 after eating the raw oysters. The patient age range is from 12 to 83 years. These oysters are only available through restaurants and wholesale distributors. The County Health and Human Services Agency has asked restaurants not to serve Rocky Point Oysters packed by GOLPAC in Bahia Salina, Sonora, Mexico until further notice. The illnesses are tied to oysters served at three locations of the Fish Shop, in Pacific Beach, Point Loma, and Encinitas, as well as at the Carlsbad Aquafarm. The county is investigating to see if the oysters … [Read more...]

Campylobacter Outbreak From Pacific Oyster Fanny Bay Oysters

A Campylobacter outbreak is potentially linked to Pacific Oyster Fanny Bay oysters and Oyster Malaspina Live oysters and has sickened two people: One in Utah and one in Wisconsin, according to the FDA. The government is advising restaurants and food retailers not to serve these Pacific Oyster Fanny Bay oysters that were harvested on 11/08/2023 from harvest area BC 14-8 with Landfile #1402294, and Oysters Malaspina Live oysters, harvested on 11/09/2023 from harvest area BC 14-8 with Landfile #278761. The oysters are from British Columbia, Canada. If you bought those oysters harvested from those areas on those dates, discard them. The oysters may have been distributed to states other than Utah and Wisconsin. On December 18, 2023, the Utah Shellfish Authority notified the FDA of two … [Read more...]

FDA Warns Restaurants Seaview Fisheries Oysters May Be Unsafe

The FDA is warning restaurants and retailers that Seaview Fisheries Oysters may be unsafe because they were illegally harvested in Connecticut. The oysters were sold in these states: Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Texas. On November 17, 2023, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture, told the FDA about these illegally harvested oysters. The oysters are labeled as lots L466B and 466A. They were illegally harvested from the Milford Approved Area in Connecticut on November 12, 2023 and November 15, 2023. If you have any of these oysters, or took some home from a restaurant, discard them. The oysters can be identified by the dealer tag with the original shipper. The tag reads Seaview Fisheries LLC, … [Read more...]

Future Seafoods Raw Oysters Recalled For Salmonella, E. coli

Future Seafoods raw oysters are being voluntarily recalled for possible Salmonella and E. coli contamination. The FDA issued a public health warning about these oysters on October 23, 2023, and the company issued the recall a few days later. The recalling firm is Future Seafoods, Inc.   The oysters were harvested from harvest area PE9B on Prince Edward Island, Canada, on October 10, 2023 and were distributed to customers from October 10 through October 16, 2023. All Future Seafoods raw oysters from that harvest area are included in this recall. Retailers and restaurants should not sell or serve these oysters, and if consumers bought them, they should not eat them. The oysters were distributed to restaurants and retailers in these states: Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, … [Read more...]

Taylor Shellfish Fanny Bay Oysters Recalled For Possible Vibrio

Taylor Shellfish Fanny Bay Oysters are being recalled in Canada for possible Vibrio parahaemolyticus contamination. The oysters were distributed to hotels, restaurants, and institutions, and were also sold at the retail level in these provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec. And some were exported to the United States. The recalling firm is Taylor Shellfish Canada ULC doing business as Fanny Bay Oysters. The recalled products include Taylor Shellfish Canada ULC/Fanny Bay Oysters brand Cloudy Bay Oysters in sizes Petite, Xsmall, Small, and Medium. There is no UPC number for these products. The lot number is 38336, the Harvest Area is 14-08, and the Landfile number is 278757. Also recalled is the same brand of Sunseeker Oysters. They come in sizes Petite, Xsmall, … [Read more...]

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