SINGAPORE: A recall has been issued for ready-to-eat raw Pacific oysters harvested from Coffin Bay, Australia, due to contamination, stated the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Wednesday (Nov 24). The oysters, which had been harvested from Coffin Bay from Sep 4 to Nov 16, had been recalled due to “vibrio parahaemolyticus contamination”, stated SFA. Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a species of bacterium usually current in raw seafood, equivalent to crustaceans and molluscan shellfish, due to pure contamination from the aquatic atmosphere within the ocean. “Consumption of raw seafood with high levels of this bacteria can cause foodborne illnesses including fever, abdominal cramps and severe diarrhoea,” stated SFA. A recall has been ordered by SA Health, the model title for the well being portfolio of companies and companies underneath the Government of South Australia. As the implicated merchandise had been imported into Singapore, SFA has directed three importers to recall the product. The recall has been accomplished by Angliss Singapore and Culina, and is ongoing for Evergreen Seafood. SFA suggested shoppers who’ve purchased the implicated product to not eat it. “Those who have consumed the implicated product and have concerns about their health should seek medical advice,” stated the authority.
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