ATLANTA - A Marietta supermarket is recalling a certain type of fresh fish because it’s making some customers sick.
The Georgia Department of Agriculture said the Harry’s Farmers Market in Marietta is recalling Wild Gulf Amberjack following five reported customer illnesses.
The product was sold through March 15 in the fresh seafood case at the store on Powers Ferry Road in Cobb County.
Included in the recall are:
• Wild Gulf Amberjack fillet
• Wild Gulf Amberjack portion
• Wild Whole Amberjack
The cause of the illness is not known at this time. Customers reported itching, diarrhea and vomiting. State officials are investigating the cause.
Officials said anyone with similar symptoms should immediately seek medical attention.
If you purchased this fish at Harry’s in Marietta you should discard it and bring in the receipt for a full refund.
If you have questions you can call 512-542-0060 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT.
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