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Kroger’s Frozen Berries Test Positive For Hepatitis A

Kroger has recently announced of recalling a bunch of its frozen berries that were sold under its Private Selection brand due to the probability of a Hepatitis A contamination. The recalled items include Private Selection Frozen Blackberries (16 oz), Frozen Triple Berry Medley (48 oz), and Private Selection Frozen Triple Berry Medley (16 oz). Townsend Farms were ones to have manufactured the fruits. Till date, no illnesses have been reported by the customers. FDA had found the Private Selection frozen berries of Kroger to have tested positive for contamination with Hepatitis A.

The products recalled from the market include:

  • Private Selection FrozenTripleBerry Medley, 16 OZ (Use By: 06-19-20; UPC: 0001111087808);
  • Private Selection Frozen Triple Berry Medley, 48 OZ (Use By: 07-07-20; UPC: 0001111079120);
  • Private Selection Frozen Blackberries, 16 OZ (Use By: 06-19-20, 07-02-20; UPC: 0001111087809)

Kroger has cleared out potentially infected berries from store shelves and warned customers who may have brought recalled products via phone calls and register receipt tape messages. The customers have been told to return the products to the stores for a complete refund or replacement. Kroger has provided a contact 1-800-KROGERS for the customers. The customers can contact from Monday to Friday amid 8 am and midnight in terms of EST and on Saturday or Sunday from 8 am to 9.30 pm.

The frozen ready-to-eat chicken fritter items of Tyson Foods were recalled owing to reports published of being contaminated with extraneous materials including hard plastics. The reports of any adverse reaction have till date not been reported by any of the customers. The customers have been warned to return back the products for either complete refund or replacement. Approximately, 190,757 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken fritter products have been recalled by Tyson Foods, Inc. after Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service’s (FSIS) announcement.

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