According to the FDA, Moon Marine USA Corporation produced the Nakaochi scrape in India and its Salmonella-tainted product was recalled April 13, 2012.

And, according to the CDC, victims of the tuna scrape outbreak were infected with one of two Salmonella strains. In total, 410 fell ill with Salmonella Bareilly, while Salmonella Nchanga sickened 15. 55 people have been hospitalized.  The total number sickened by state is as follows:

Alabama (5 illnesses), Arkansas (1), California (8), Colorado (1), Connecticut (11), District of Columbia (3), Florida (1), Georgia (22), Illinois (30) Indiana (1), Kansas (1), Louisiana (6), Massachusetts (36), Maryland (40), Missouri (4), Mississippi (2), Nebraska (2), North Carolina (12), New Hampshire (2), New Jersey (42), New York (68), Pennsylvania (37), Rhode Island (6), South Carolina (5), Tennessee (4), Texas (15), Virginia (34), Vermont (1), and Wisconsin (25).

Illness onset dates range from January 1 to July 7, 2012, with victims ranging in age from less than 1 year to 86 years old and a median age of 30. Sixty percent of victims are female.

The outbreak’s epidemiological curve, shown below, finds that a significant number – nearly 50% – of victims acquired their infections after the April 13 tuna scrape recall, showing both a failure of the recall and that food establishments continued to serve it as late as two weeks ago.