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Tuna shipped to California recalled due to Hepatitis A

The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning regarding possible Hepatitis A contamination in tuna shipped to a number of California restaurants.

The contaminated Tuna Poke was distributed by Hilo Fish Company of Hawaii and sent to restaurants in California, Oklahoma and Texas.

Affected restaurants in California are as follows:

Almansor Court — 701 S. Almansor St., Alhambra, CA Doubletree — 555 W. Foothill Blvd., Claremont, CA Shamrock Foods — 12400 Riverside Dr., Eastvale, CA Hill Sierra Gripp House — 2003 W. Bullard, Fresno, CA Ola Mexican KitchenHuntington Beach, CA Hotel Irvine — 17900 Jamboree Rd., Irvine, CA Arroyo Trabuco — 26772 Avery Pkwy., Mission Viejo, CA Camp Four Wine Cafe — 1508 10th St., Modesto, CA Fuzio’s — 1020 10th St., Modesto, CA Galetto Ristorante — 1101 J St., Modesto, CA Galaxy Foods Inc. — 31224 Palos Verdes Dr. W., Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Jus Poke — 501 N. Pacific Coast Hwy., Redondo Beach, CA Noelani — 1037 Laurel St., San Carlos, CA Blue HI Cafe — 2 Embarcardero., San Francisco, CA Bonito Poke — 2277 Shafter Ave., San Francisco, CA Poke Shack — 2001 Lawton St., San Francisco, CA Fenix — 919 4th St., San Rafael, CA

Officials say there have been no reported illnesses, but unvaccinated people who ate fish at affected locations are encouraged to seek medical attention for a Hepatitis A vaccine.

More information about Hepatitis A can be found here.

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