Frozen strawberries, fruit blends, and smoothie mixes from Costco, HEB and Walmart have been recalled due to a risk of Hepatitis A.
Health officials in Los Angeles, California, have found another person who was infected with Hepatitis A after eating frozen strawberries.
Frozen strawberries from Costco, Trader Joe's, PCC and other stores were recalled after an outbreak of Hepatitis A.
Costco stores in two California cities and Hawaii recalled Kirkland Signature® frozen strawberries after an outbreak of Hepatitis A.
A recall was issued for James Farm® frozen red raspberries from Restaurant Depot in 9 states due to a risk of Hepatitis A infections.
Health officials in the U.S. and Canada have linked dozens of hepatitis A illnesses to fresh organic strawberries from FreshKampo and H-E-B.
Blackberries from Fresh Thyme Farmers Market are linked to a Hepatitis A outbreak that has sickened at least 11 people in Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
Wawona Frozen Food recalled Aldi and Raley's store-brand frozen raspberries and frozen berry mixes containing raspberries due to a risk of contamination with Hepatitis A.
Kroger, Ralphs, QFC, Food 4 Less, and many other grocery stores recalled Private Selection® Triple Berry Medley and Frozen Blackberries due to a risk of Hepatitis A.