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FDA: Blackberries May Be the Cause of Hepatitis A Outbreak
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns consumers that a certain brand of blackberries may be the cause of the ongoing Hepatitis A outbreak that is impacting three states.  [...]
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Florida Hepatitis A Outbreak Prompts Action
An outbreak of hepatitis A, a contagious viral infection, has risen to record levels in Florida.  Food safety and restaurant officials are taking action to prevent further spread of the [...]
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Food Safety Alert: Kroger Brand Berries Infected with Hepatitis A
In a routine food safety inspection, investigators from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found the contagious liver disease Hepatitis A in frozen berries sold at Kroger grocery stores.  [...]
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North Carolina Restaurant Linked to Hepatitis A Outbreak
150 People at Risk for Hepatitis A after Eating at a North Carolina Restaurant People who consumed food or drink at the Village Tavern in Charlotte’s SouthPark on October 30 [...]
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