Friday, March 18, 2016

3 Types Of BumbleBee Chunk Light Tuna Recalled For Potential Adverse Health Concerns

Please check your cans if you have bought any lately and look for a "T".
Throw them away if you find any.

Bumble Bee Foods announced the recall of three types of their Chunk Light Tuna due to problems in the commercial sterilization process.

In an announcement posted on their website, the company said that the process deviations could result in contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens, which could lead to life-threatening illness if the products are consumed.

A total of 31,579 cases produced in February 2016 and distributed nationally were included in the recall. The products are marked with a can code that starts with a “T.”

The three products involved in the recall are 5 ounce Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 5 ounce Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Oil and 4 pack of 5 ounce Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water.

My bold.

The company advises consumers to throw away the recalled product.
For more information visit Bumble Bee’s website.

Article copied ver batim from Fox News as a public safety alert.


  1. Oh Gawd. Who would buy that stuff anyway? You don't know where it came from. We have the luxury of being able to buy fresh Albacore, and can it ourselves. Once you do that, you'll never go back to "chunk Light" again. Sure it's a lot of work, but I fillet the fish, which is a heck of a greasy job. And my wife cans it. Sometimes we smoke it and then can it. That stuff is tuna candy! I actually had a half pint of that for lunch, and when I got home, my wife had baked a tuna noodle cheesy broccoli casserole, but I didn't mind. It was great!

  2. try using mackeral or bluefish

    smoked, dry, pickeraled, or even just frozen

    both regaurded as the "poor man's tuna" for years



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