Frozen fish that could be contaminated with a contagious disease has been recalled.

FOX's Pam Puso has more:

Frozen tuna sold by a company based in Hawaii is being recalled. The FDA says it could be contaminated with the Hepatitis A virus. The recalled products from the Hilo Fish company, include the eight ounce tuna steaks and 15 pound cases of frozen tuna cubes. They were distributed to businesses in California, Texas and Oklahoma.

The fish was sourced in Vietnam and the Philippines. The FDA says no illnesses have been reported. Hepatitis A is a contagious liver disease that can be transmitted through food or skin to skin contact.

Pam Puso, FOX News.