Hepatitis A Illnesses Linked to Frozen Berries Jump to 87

June 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;6/11/2013, p4
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The article highlights the announcement of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that eight states and 87 illnesses have been affected by a hepatitis A outbreak linked to a Townsend Farms berry mix.


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