2 brands of Alasko frozen fruit recalled over norovirus concerns

2 brands of Alasko frozen fruit recalled over norovirus concerns

The Canadian Meals Inspection Company has issued a recall for 2 sorts of Alasko-brand frozen fruit attributable to a doable norovirus contamination.

The recall covers IQF Complete Raspberries and IQF Antioxidant Mix in one-kilogram and five-kilogram packages.

The affected raspberries have a greatest earlier than date of Aug. 15, 2024, and the antioxidant mix’s greatest earlier than date is Oct. 11, 2023.

The frozen fruit was distributed all through Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario.

There have been reviews of diseases linked to the fruit. The CFIA is conducting a meals security investigation, which can result in the recall of different merchandise.

The company notes that individuals with norovirus sickness normally develop signs of diarrhea, vomiting, nausea and abdomen cramps inside 24 to 48 hours, however probably as early as 12 hours.

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