Kroger recalls frozen berries over possible Hepatitis A contamination




Heads up, consumers: Kroger has issued a recall of some of its frozen berries over a possible Hepatitis A contamination.

In an announcement Friday, Kroger launched it was recalling in all probability contaminated objects from its “Private Selection” mannequin. Those objects embody its Private Selection Frozen Triple Berry Medley (16 oz) and Private Selection Frozen Triple Berry Medley (48 oz). The Private Selection Frozen Blackberries (16 oz) are moreover subject to the recall. “Customers who have purchased these products should not consume them and should return them to a store for a full refund or replacement,” the company talked about inside the assertion.

Kroger issued the recall after it was “educated by the FDA sample of the Private Selection frozen berries was examined by the FDA and positioned to be contaminated with Hepatitis A,” the company talked about. However, no illnesses have been reported proper now.

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The frozen berries, which had been manufactured by Townsend Farms, per the company’s assertion, had been distributed to Kroger outlets nationwide.

Hepatitis A is an “extremely contagious” liver infection is introduced on by the Hepatitis A virus, in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The virus generally spreads when a person eats or drinks one factor “contaminated by small, undetected amounts of stool from an infected person,” the well-being firm talked about.

Those who contract Hepatitis A — to not be confused with hepatitis B or C, that’s introduced on by utterly completely different viruses — may be sick for “quite a few weeks” and usually completely get effectively, in accordance with the CDC. It is rare to die from the illness, though Hepatitis A could trigger liver failure and die, generally in these which might be 50 years of age or older.

Symptoms embody fever, fatigue, darkish urine, vomiting, joint ache, and jaundice, amongst completely different indicators.

While Hepatitis A infections do occur inside the U.S., infections are additionally widespread in creating nations the place sanitation and hygiene are poor, the CDC says, which moreover well-known the sickness is preventable with a vaccine.

 




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