Thursday, March 17, 2016

Hepatitis A linked to frozen berries consumption

Australian public health officials have identified an outbreak of hepatitis A and linked illnesses to consuming Nanna’s frozen berries sold by Patties Foods.
Food safety infosheet highlights:
–  Health officials have confirmed 20 illnesses to date.
– The berries were produced by Patties Foods, which has issued a recall on three products.
– Officials expect cases to increase as the incubation period of the virus ranges from 15-50 days and those who are infected may not yet be showing symptoms.
Screen Shot 2015-02-27 at 9.13.39 PMClick here to download the food safety infosheet.

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