FDA Advises not to serve or sell and consumers not to eat frozen, raw, half-shell oysters from Republic of Korea contaminated with Norovirus

The FDA advises not to consume frozen, raw, half-shell oysters LotsB231126andB240103, harvested from Area No. 1 on 11/26/2023 and 1/3/2024, and LotB240214harvested from Designated Area No. 2 on 2/14/2024, and processed by JBR (KR 15 SP) in Tongyeongsi, Republic of Korea on 11/27/2023, 1/4/2024, and 2/15/2024. The oysters were distributed to restaurants and retailers in California and may have been distributed to other states. On 4/9/2024, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) notified the FDA of an outbreak of norovirus illnesses associated with consuming oysters from the Republic of Korea. On 4/15/2024, authorities at the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries in the Republic of Korea advised the firm to voluntarily initiate a recall of the distributed lots of frozen, raw, half-shell oysters due to possible norovirus contamination. @ https://www.fda.gov/food/alerts-advisories-safety-information/fda-advises-restaurants-and-retailers-not-serve-or-sell-and-consumers-not-eat-certain-frozen-raw?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery


 Oysters from Republic of Korea Potentially Contaminated with Norovirus
Oysters from Republic of Korea Potentially Contaminated with Norovirus

norovirus contaminated oysters from South Korea

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