The FDA warns restaurants and food retailers receiving frozen half shell oysters harvested on 2/6/2022 from Designated Area No. II, and exported by Dai One Food Co., Ltd., Republic of Korea (ROK). Consumers, who are or could become pregnant, the elderly, and persons with weakened immune systems who have recently consumed raw oysters in Alabama (AL), California (CA), Florida (FL), Georgia (GA), Maryland (MD), New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Nevada (NV), North Carolina (NC), Pennsylvania (PA), South Carolina (SC), Tennessee (TN), or Virginia (VA) and suspect they have food poisoning should seek medical care immediately. Frozen half shell oysters harvested on 2/6/2022, Dai One Food Co., ROK. The oysters were shipped from the ROK and distributed in the following states: Alabama (AL), California (CA), Florida (FL), Georgia (GA), Maryland (MD), New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Nevada (NV), North Carolina (NC), Pennsylvania (PA), South Carolina (SC), Tennessee (TN), and Virginia (VA). The Southern Nevada Health District notified the FDA of two clusters of illnesses from individuals that consumed raw oysters at a restaurant in Las Vegas on 10/28/2022 and 11/5/2022. The Southern Nevada Health District reports one confirmed and nine potential sapovirus illnesses. Sapoviruses cause sporadic gastroenteritis, similar to norovirus, in populations ranging from children to the elderly. @ https://www.fda.gov/food/alerts-advisories-safety-information/fda-advises-restaurants-and-retailers-not-serve-or-sell-and-consumers-not-eat-certain-potentially?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
FDA Advises not to eat potentially contaminated raw oysters from Dai One Foods Co from the Republic of Korea due to Sapovirus
FDA Advises Not to Eat Certain Potentially Contaminated Raw Oysters
The FDA is advising consumers not to eat, and restaurants and food retailers not to sell, and to dispose of Dai One Food Co. frozen half shell oysters with a harvest date of 2/6/2022 from Designated Area No. II and sold certain states.