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Are canned oysters okay to eat?

Asked: Marcus Jeevaratnam, Last Updated:

Canned oysters are still oysters, generally the Pacific variety, and stored in oil or water with preservatives. ... Since canned oysters are packed, they aren't as fresh as what you can find in the store. However, they are safe to consume and still good quality.

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