Don’t Get Hepatitis From These Recalled Frozen Berries

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you can never calm down Trust that a fresh raspberry isn’t hiding the essence of mold before you take a bite, but a recent recall should give you pause about even the frozen variety. Chilean processing and shipping company Exportadora Copramar Ltda. is voluntarily remembering more than a thousand Cases of James Farms Frozen Raspberries due to capacity are fruits infected with hepatitis A – ie According to a report by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

FDA test detected presence of infectious liver disease Viral hepatitis attack in fruits a last anywhere from a few weeks to month, and commonly produced Symptoms in 15 to 50 days infection. sSymptoms include fatigue, abdominal pain, jaundice, abnormal liver tests, dark urine and pale stools. In rare cases, those with a pre-existing serious illness or a compromised immune system and contract Progression to hepatitis A liver failure. a According to the FDA report, vaccination can prevent the disease within two weeks of exposure to the virus.

what frozen raspberries done called back?

James Farms frozen raspberries are identified by UPC 76069501010, Found on top of carton, and lot code – 22-165, Found on the bottom of the carton. Come in food service packages containing raspberries 10-pound cans with James Farm on the box and a “Best if used by” date June 142024. here is one box image From FDA. The recalled product is sold exclusively through Restaurant Depot and JETRO locations in the following states

  • New York
  • new jersey
  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island
  • Pennsylvania
  • Maryland
  • Virginia
  • Delaware

The affected group has been removed from Restaurant Depot and JETRO locations and retailers getting through customers affected by the recall. There have been no official reports of illness so far, according to the FDA.

What to do if you think you’ve consumed a contaminant Raspberry?

If you think you’ve bought recalled frozen raspberries, leave any remainder Or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. If you think you may have ingested them, the FDA recommends consulting with your health care professional or local health care department to see if vaccination is appropriate. If symptoms are visible then contact them immediately.

For questions about this recall, Contact Exportadora Compramar at 302-401-6474 extension 223, Monday through Friday between 9am and 6pm EST.

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