Chocolates and sweets can be infected with hepatitis A, FDA warns


Consumers should be discarded all Modjeskas chocolate or candy Bauer bought by November 14, because they can be contaminated hepatitis A, the US Food and Drug Administration warned. UU

By: Miami Daily Newspaper

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The FDA reports that a a worker at the Bauer facility, who was tested for hepatitis A.

Although there are currently no cases of hepatitis A related to sweets, the FDA points out that the disease has a long period of incubation and can have serious repercussions on the health of some people.

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The FDA asks anyone who ate delicacies to consult with their doctors.

With information from: Local10

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