The Kroger Co. said the Private Selection frozen berries, manufactured by Townsend Farms, are sold at Kroger grocery stores and affiliates, including, but not limited to, Ralphs, Dillons, Smith's, King Soopers and Fry's.
At the time of the recall alert, both the FDA and CDC had not received notices of any confirmed hepatitis A illnesses in connection with the implicated frozen berries.
The FDA informed Kroger of the contamination after a sample of the Private Selection was tested and was found to be contaminated.
You should throw the products away.
In a June 7 release, the national chain shared that "no customer illnesses have been reported" after various items from their Private Selections brand had evidence of the contagious liver disease. The virus can produce fever, fatigue, nausea, abdominal discomfort, vomiting, diarrhea, and jaundice (the yellowing of the skin and eyes).
Here's what we know so far about the secretive Facebook coin
Reportedly , Facebook is looking for third-party organizations to host nodes for their stablecoin's network. The move will allow users to make transactions through the social media channel.
"Hepatitis A virus can result in a liver infection that may be inapparent".
All 3 of these products are available at Fred Meyer grocery stores in Bellingham according to the company's online shopping service.
Customers who have purchased the berries should return them to a store for a full refund or replacement.
Kroger said it removed the affected products from shelves and notified customers of the potential contamination. Hepatitis A vaccination can prevent illness if given within two weeks of exposure to a contaminated food.