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- Frozen Mangoes Recalled Due to Hepatitis A
On July 30, 2021, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a recall for Nature’s Touch Frozen Food’s frozen mango chunks due to a possible hepatitis A contamination. The CFIA has encouraged the public to check to see if they have the product in their home and to either throw it out or return it to the place of purchase. If the product has been consumed or individuals show symptoms, it is recommended they contact their health care provider.
The recalled mangoes include:
|2 kg||8 73668 00180 7||Best Before
2022 NO 09
|600 g||0 55742 50430 9||Best Before
2022 NO 10 and
2022 DE 18
|600 g||0 59749 87600 1||Best Before
2022 NO 10
|President’s Choice||Mango Chunks
|600 g||0 60383 99387 0||Best Before
2022 NO 06 and
2022 NO 10
Hepatitis A is an infection of the liver which can affect anyone, although young, elderly, and those with a compromised immune system may be more susceptible. Symptoms vary but can include fever, nausea/vomiting, fatigue, diarrhea, and jaundice. Symptoms are often mild and usually last one to two weeks.
The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reminds everyone that hand hygiene is the most effective preventative measure against any communicable disease.
If you have consumed the product within the last 14 days, are asymptomatic, and have not had a hepatitis A vaccine in the past, vaccines are available through healthcare providers and at some pharmacies.
For more information about food recalls, please visit inspection.canada.ca