In case you often use canned tuna, you better verify the reserves in your pantry, and eliminate any can manufactured in February 2016. Suppliers pulled back exactly 31,579 pieces of canned tuna. The tuna was launched on the market in February 2016, and sold all around the US.
Bumble Bee, a global popular manufacturer voluntarily recalled their Chunk Light Tuna. This is a consequence of a significant health ailment. They have loaded their tuna in factories that was not section of the company’s property.
This packaging condition caused spoilage and pathogens. This means , contamination. Therefore, when you consume a contaminated item, you face life-threatening diseases.
Luckily, authorities have not really reported any disease due to the canned tuna.
This voluntary recall actually saved the consumers. In case you have bought Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna, you really should check the cans right away. You do not wish anyone in your house getting sick, right.
Here’s what you must do:
Examine if the code onto your can begins with a T, like TOA2SBCABF;
Check if can is “best by” the next dates:
5oz Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water – 02/10/2019, 02/16/2019, 02/17/2019, 02/18/2019, 02/22/2019, 02/23/2019, 02/25/2019
5oz Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Oil – 02/23/2019
4-pack of 5oz Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water – 02/9/2019, 02/10/2019, 02/22/2019, 02/29/2019
The company is dealing with the FDA and the co-packer on taking the item out of the marketplace. Bumble Bee also advises its customers to check on their cans, and eliminate any contaminated product.
Here’s what Bumble Bee issued in its declaration: “Under-processed affected products could result in product contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens and lead to serious illness if consumed. There were no reports to date of any illness connected with these products.”