Bumble Bee Tuna Recalled for Possible Loose Seals

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    TK
    Bumble Bee canned tuna fish, including the type pictured here, were recalled on March 7, 2013, because of faulty seals.

    Bumble Bee Tuna Brands voluntarily recalled on Thursday dozens of lots of canned tuna fish after the company discovered seals on the cans may be faulty, making the food vulnerable to spoilage and contamination which could sicken consumers.

    UPDATE: Canned Tuna Recall Expands

    The recall applies to these 5-ounce cans of chunk white albacore and chunk light tuna products:

    Brunswick Brand

    • Chunk Light Tuna in Water – 48 Count Case (Case UPC 6661332803)

    Bumble Bee Brand

    • Chunk Light Tuna in Water – 48 Count Case (Case UPC 8660000020)
    • Chunk Light Tuna in Vegetable Oil – 48 Count Case (Case UPC 8660000021)
    • Chunk White Albacore in Water – 24 Count Case (Case UPC 8660000025)
    • Chunk Light Tuna in Water – 6 Count Case of 4-Pack Cluster (Case UPC 8660000736)
    • Chunk White Albacore in Water – 6 Count Case of 8-Pack Cluster (Case UPC 8660000775)
    • Chunk White Albacore in Water – 6 Count Case of 8-Pack Cluster (Case UPCS 8660000776)

    All the cans have "best by" dates between Jan. 16 and 18, 2016.

    There have been no reports yet of consumers getting sick from the recalled tuna, the company said.

    Consumers are being told to throw away the affected cans. The company released a number that consumers can call regarding reimbursement: (800) 800-8572

    For a complete list of the can labels and lot codes included in the recall, click here.

    Click here to see photos of the recalled products.

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