FDA: Potentially contaminated raw oysters distributed to restaurants, retailers in states including New Jersey
The Food and Drug Administration is warning of potentially contaminated raw oysters distributed to restaurants and retailers in at least 13 states, including New Jersey.
The agency is working with U.S. and Canadian public health authorities regarding a norovirus outbreak that has been linked to raw oysters from British Columbia.
Norovirus can infect people of all ages. The most common symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting, nausea and stomach pain.
Health officials warn food contaminated with norovirus may look, smell and taste normal.
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