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January 30, 2002

Hick's Seafood Shellstock oysters Recall Update

(SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released the following information.

Shellstock oysters, Recall # F-221-2;
Shucked oysters, Recall # F-222-2.
All oysters were packaged in bulk with no labeling other than the harvest tags which indicate harvest date and harvest area.

All oysters harvested from Florida areas 1642 and 1662 Apalachicola Bay, with harvest dates of 9/15/2001 through 9/30/2001 were subject to recall.

Hick's Seafood East Point, FL. The State of Florida Dept. of Agriculture issued a Recall Notice by mail on 10/5/01. State Initiated recall complete.

These oysters were harvested from the same area as oysters associated with a foodborne illness outbreak.

212 bags, 92 pints and 14 gallons of shellstock and shucked.

FL. And GA

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