A Florida company has expanded a recall for tuna after at least 4 people suffered scombroid fish poisoning.
A Florida company recalled various tuna products after 4 people suffered an allergic reaction called scombroid fish poisoning.
A recall has been expanded for wild-caught yellowfin tuna steaks after an outbreak of scombroid fish poisoning sickened at least 5 people.
Yellowfin tuna steaks sold at Kroger stores in 16 states were recalled after several people in Ohio suffered scombroid poisoning, an illness that occurs when fish has not been properly refrigerated or preserved.
A recall has been issued for frozen yellowfin tuna loins that were sold out of the seafood department at grocery stores in 6 states due to a possible risk of contamination with Salmonella.