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Frozen fruit recalled over risk of Hepatitis A contamination
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Scenic Fruit Company has recalled frozen organic strawberries and frozen organic tropical fruit blend due to a possible risk of Hepatitis A contamination.
In a Friday release shared by the Food and Drug Administration, the Oregon company said that it was recalling the frozen berries sold to Costco, Aldi, KeHE, Vital Choice Seafood and PCC Community Markets, as well as the frozen organic tropical blend sold to Trader Joe’s, "due to an outbreak of Hepatitis A illnesses."
The organic tropical blend was told at Trader Joe's stores nationwide, and the strawberries were distributed by different brands in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Washington state and Wisconsin.
The release said that although Hepatitis A has not been detected in the product, consumers should not consume the product out of an abundance of caution, and return it to their local store for a refund or destroy it.
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