Mango recall issued by Canadian Food Inspection Agency because of Hepatitis A risk

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling frozen mangoes that have been sold in Saskatchewan.

The recall was announced July 31 and involves products with the brand names Nature’s Touch, Compliments, President’s Choice and Irrestibles.

There is a risk of Hepatitis A involved with three confirmed cases in eastern Canada.

Hepatitis A symptoms can include fever, dark urine, loss of appetite, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, and jaundice. However, not all infected people will exhibit symptoms.

Anyone having frozen mangoes in their possession should simply throw them out or take them back for a refund.



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