The Kroger Company has selected three frozen berries due to possible hepatitis A contamination, and it was found out that these berries are Hepatitis A contaminated.
The FDA has asked people who have consumed these berries to go for a checkup and get a vaccination if it is appropriate according to the doctor.
If customers who have consumed these berries are having symptoms like dark urine, abdominal pain, fatigue, and pale stool should consult their health care professionals.
Though till now, there are no reports of any customer going through the illness. The symptoms are easily visible for hepatitis A and customers who are going through; it will realize it soon.
The healthcare professionals and local health hospitals will always help them guide through the illness and suggest if any vaccination will be appropriate or not.
The berries were in the bag which was labeled as ‘Best By date of 7-7-2020’ in 48-ounce bags and many more such packets.
The store has removed all the bags which were contaminated by this hepatitis A and also told the customers that they will refund their amount if the bags are returned to them or replacement can be done.
The customers can contact the store in case of refund or replacement for their bag of berries.
If anyone has any further question related to this incident, then you can contact Kroger at 1-800-KROGERS.
You can contact the store from Monday to Friday starting at 8:00 AM to midnight hours EST and Saturday, Sunday they are available from 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM EST.
Till now only this much information has been recorded for the incident, and if there are any further reports or news about the incident, then we will let everyone know about it.
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