Contaminated strawberries linked to hepatitis outbreak, FDA says

Contaminated strawberries are the likely cause of a hepatitis A outbreak in the US and Canada, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced (opens in new tab) Saturday (May 28).

The potentially spoiled strawberries were sold under the FreshKampo and HEB brands and purchased between March 5 and April 25, 2022 in the United States (in Canada, the berries were purchased between March 5 and 9 Saskatchewan, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada (opens in new tab).)

https://www.livescience.com/strawberries-linked-to-hepatitis-outbreak Contaminated strawberries linked to hepatitis outbreak, FDA says

Russell Falcon

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