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USGrocery chain recalls frozen berries over hepatitis A concerns

07:40  09 june  2019
07:40  09 june  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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Federal officials are warning consumers to avoid certain brands of frozen berries sold at Kroger and other grocery stores over fears of Hepatitis A " Hepatitis A virus can result in a liver infection that may be inapparent. However, when symptoms occur, they can range in severity from a mild illness

Federal officials are warning consumers to avoid certain brands of frozen berries sold at Kroger and other grocery stores over fears of Hepatitis A virus contamination. Consumers who've eaten the recalled frozen berries are urged to consult with their health care professionals to determine whether

Grocery chain recalls frozen berries over hepatitis A concerns© AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File This June 15, 2017, file photo shows bagged purchases from the Kroger grocery store in Flowood, Miss.

The grocery store chain Kroger has recalled three varieties of frozen berries after the Food and Drug Administration discovered some of them tested positive for hepatitis A.

The recall, announced Friday, includes the store's Private Selection brand of frozen blackberries and two sizes of frozen berry medleys.

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The FDA said no customers have reported getting sick.

Routing testing by the FDA of a sample of the berries turned up positive for the disease.

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Federal officials are warning consumers to avoid certain brands of frozen berries sold at Kroger and other grocery stores over fears of Hepatitis A " Hepatitis A virus can result in a liver infection that may be inapparent. However, when symptoms occur, they can range in severity from a mild illness

brands of frozen berries sold at Kroger and other grocery stores over fears of Hepatitis A virus during a frozen berry sampling by the Food and Drug Administration, the grocery chain said. Consumers who've eaten the recalled frozen berries are urged to consult with their health care

In addition to Kroger stores, the berries were distributed to all of the company-owned outlets, including Ralphs, Fred Dillons, Smith's and Fred Meyer, among others.

Grocery chain recalls frozen berries over hepatitis A concerns© AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File This June 15, 2017, file photo, shows Kroger grocery store shopping carts with the store's name in Flowood, Miss.

Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver disease spread through contaminated food or water that causes fatigue, nausea and abdominal pain. It usually clears up on its own after a month or two, and is preventable through vaccination.

The store has recalled its 48-ounce frozen triple berry medley, with UPC 0001111079120, its 16-ounce frozen triple berry medley, with UPC 0001111087808, and its 16-ounce frozen blackberries, with UPC 0001111087809.

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"Customers who have purchased the above products should not consume them and should return them to a store for a full refund or replacement," according to the FDA.

Kroger has removed the items from store shelves.

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