This recall is from 2016 and involves tuna that expires in 2019. A total of 31,579 cases are included in the action, which were produced in February 2016 and distributed nationally.

Affected products are marked with a can code that starts with a “T” and have the following “best by” 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

Consumers who have purchased any recalled tuna should throw it away or contact Bumble Bee for information about reimbursement.

To date, no illnesses or injuries have been associated with the recall.

Source: NBC4i

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One Comment

  1. Robert Lipnicki, RPh June 22, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    Recently purchased 2 small cans of Bumble Bee chunk white albacore tuna in water. Consistency of tuna was unusual and had an excess of water. Returned the product to the point of purchase (Wegmans Easton PA) Disappointed in your product. Reluctant to use your brand again.
    Looking at competitive products.


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