By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) – Pennsylvania authorities are advising people not to eat fresh or frozen shellfish from Korea.

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The FDA has not issued an official recall, but state Department of Agriculture spokeswoman Samantha Krepps advises Pennsylvanians to discard or return fresh or frozen shellfish products from Korea.

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“What we’ve heard so far from the FDA is that the shellfish is coming from polluted waters, and may cause illness. So as a precautionary measure, we want to let consumers in Pennsylvania know that you shouldn’t eat the Korean shellfish, which includes oyster, clams, mussels and scallops.”

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But Krepps says that does not include canned shellfish. The state is not aware of any illnesses but anyone has become sick after consuming Korean shellfish is asked to call 1-877-PA-HEALTH.