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Frozen tuna in several states could potentially be contaminated with hepatitis A

If tuna poke is at the top of your summer snack list, you're going to want to pay close attention to where your fish comes from. The FDA issued a recall warning for frozen tuna from Hilo Fish. According to the report, the Hawaii Department of Health discovered hepatitis A in frozen samples in early May. Hepatitis A is a very dangerous, contagious virus.

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The good news is that no one reported getting sick from the tuna — yet. But the CDC is taking no chances and advises anyone who has not had a hepatitis A vaccine and has been to Texas, California or Oklahoma — states where the fish is distributed — to get post-exposure treatment if they have recently had raw or undercooked tuna. You can never be too careful.

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The recalled products include frozen yellowfin tuna steaks from Sustainable Seafood Company, yellowfin tuna cubes from Santa Cruz Seafood, 8-ounce tuna steaks from Hilo Fish Company with an expiration date of Oct. 1, 2018, and 15-pound frozen yellowfin tuna cubes with an expiration date of April 4, 2019.

The FDA warning also includes a list of restaurants that have bought the recalled fish. Tuna lovers, be careful out there!

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