MiCal Seafood, Inc. Scombroid Poisoning Lawyer Update: 4 Confirmed Cases of Scombroid Fish Poisoning.
The recall was officially announced by the company on October 1, 2019 after 4 people were reported with scombroid fish poisoning due to eating the recalled products. MiCal Seafood stated that it feels as though the 4 reported cases may be isolated incidents but it issued the recall to take every precautionary measure to ensure its customers’ health and safety. The contaminated tuna products were sold to customers in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Texas, Alabama, North Carolina, California Michigan, Rhode Island, U.S. Virgin Islands, Saint Maarten, and Grand Cayman.
The tuna products associated with the recall include:
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising people who experience symptoms such as burning sensation in the mouth, facial swelling, rash, itchy skin, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea to seek immediate medical attention for treatment a soon as possible. According to the FDA, the contaminated product should be kept in a quarantined location until returned to the supplier or Mical Seafood, Inc. for a full refund.
Rose Acre Farms, based in Seymour, Indiana, has voluntarily recalled over 200 million eggs that are potentially contaminated with salmonella. 206,749,248 eggs have been recalled by the company as a cautionary measure. The eggs were distributed out of a farm in Hyde County, North Carolina,