"Both products in question were produced in the Chicken of the Sea plant in Lyons, Georgia as part of a co-packing agreement between the two companies. Agreements such as this are common among manufacturers. That said, at Chicken of the Sea we hold ourselves to the highest standards, and the health and safety of consumers is of utmost importance. To that end, we moved swiftly as soon as an issue was discovered to have products removed from store shelves. No illnesses have been reported, and the recall was issued as a precautionary measure."
These recalls are related in a way, as both products were produced at the same plant. However, as noted in the statement and in the FDA warning, there are no reported illnesses. Of course, to prevent any illnesses in the future, consumers should throw out recalled cans or return them to the store at which they were purchased for a full refund. A list of recalled cans can be found here and there's a 24-hour information line that can be reached at 1-866-600-268 for any additional questions.