ALERT: Before You Take A Bite Off That Tuna Sandwich You NEED To Know THIS


If you’re thinking about making a nice tuna fish sandwich for lunch you’re definitely going to want to read this first- it could be a matter of life and death!

Tens of thousands of cases of Bumble Bee tuna are being recalled because of possible spoilage that could introduce “life-threatening” organisms or pathogens into the food, the company said.

FOX2Now reports that Bumble Bee Foods, LLC announced the voluntary recall Wednesday. It applies to a total of 31,579 cases of tuna produced in February and sent to stores nationwide, the company said.

All recalled tuna cans are marked with a can code starts with the letter T, and have the following “best by” dates:



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According to CNN, Bumble Bee announced the voluntary recall on Wednesday while Tri-Union which is the parent company of Chicken of the Sea announced theirs the next day.


The recalls are related, according to Steve Mavity, Bumble Bee’s senior vice president, technical services and corporate quality. “Bumble Bee recalled specific codes of canned Chunk Light Tuna produced in Chicken of the Sea’s Georgia production facility, a third-party supplier for Bumble Bee,” Mavity said.

“During a routine inspection, it was discovered there was a malfunction in a machinery part. That part has been replaced, and the proper functionality of the machine verified,” said John DeBeer, vice president of Quality and Compliance for Chicken of the Sea.



Tri-Union Seafoods is recalling 2,745 cases of Chicken of the Sea brand canned tuna because it might be undercooked due to an equipment malfunction, according to manufacturer Tri-Union Seafoods. The recalled UPC codes are 0 4800000195 5 and 0 4800000245 7. They were produced between February 10, 2016 and March 16, 2016.

Consumers who have recalled products from these respective companies should throw them away. Those who want more information about reimbursement or have questions about the recall can contact Bumble Bee at 888-820-1947 and Tri-Union Seafoods at 866-600-2681.

Please check your tuna cans before making a sandwich.

On that note, I think I’ll go fire up the barbecue and make a few burgers and some hot dogs!

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