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Voluntary recall of Costco frozen fruit over Hepatis A concerns

Jun 13, 2023, 12:44 PM | Updated: 8:01 pm

A voluntary recall was issued by Wawona Frozen Foods on their Organic DayBreak Blend frozen fruit p...

Frozen Fruit Recall (FDA)

(FDA)

CLOVIS, CA  — A voluntary recall was issued by Wawona Frozen Foods on their Organic DayBreak Blend frozen fruit packages distributed at Costco Wholesale stores.

The FDA warns frozen strawberries grown in Mexico could be contaminated with Hepatitis A.

The recall, posted by the FDA, affects packages distributed to Costco stores in Utah, as well as Arizona, California, Colorado, and Washington from April 15, 2022, to June 26, 2022. The product is no longer available for purchase.

Affected products

The recalled year-old Organic DayBreak Blend includes these lot codes:

BEST IF USED BY
09/23/2023
BEST IF USED BY
09/29/2023
BEST IF USED BY
09/30/2023
BEST IF USED BY
10/18/2023
Affected Lot Codes: Affected Lot Codes: Affected Lot Codes: Affected Lot Codes:
20082D04 20088D04 20089D09 20108D04
20082D05 20088D05 20089D10 20108D05
20082D06 20088D06 20089D11 20108D06
20082D07 20088D07 20089D12 20108D07
20082D08 20088D08   20108D08
  20088D09    
  20088D10    
  20088D11    
  20088D12    

You can check to see if you have purchased a recalled product by looking at the tag of the 4lb DayBreak Blend packaging.

Wawona Frozen Fruit Recall Tag (FDA)

Wawona Frozen Fruit Recall Tag (FDA)

Hepatitis A symptoms

If you are worried you could have been contaminated, the FDA says to look for the following symptoms; fever, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, jaundice, abdominal pain, and dark-colored urine. In some instances, children, especially those under the age of six, could be asymptomatic to Hepatitis A infections.

The illness usually occurs within 15 to 50 days after eating or drinking contaminated food or water.

The FDA recommends persons who may have consumed the affected product should consult their healthcare provider or local health department to determine if a vaccination is appropriate.

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Voluntary recall of Costco frozen fruit over Hepatis A concerns