San Diego-based Bumble Bee Meals issued a voluntary recall of cans of smoked clams from a Chinese language plant due to doable contamination with industrial chemical substances.
The corporate recalled 3.75-ounce cans with the UPC Label 8660075234 as a result of FDA testing discovered detectable ranges of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, that are used to make varied client and industrial merchandise.
There have been no studies of diseases related to the canned clams, which have been distributed nationwide to a restricted variety of retailers, however the firm mentioned it issued the recall out of an abundance of warning.
The recall doesn’t contain every other Bumble Bee merchandise and the corporate mentioned it’s working with the third-party producer in China to resolve the issue.
Customers who’ve bought the recalled merchandise ought to discard them. For questions concerning the recall or reimbursement, customers can contact Bumble Bee client affairs at 1-888-295-3627 or bumblebee.com/smokedclamrecall.