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4 Utahns sick after berries linked to hepatitis A recalled

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Posted at 8:48 PM, Jun 04, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-04 22:48:44-04

SALT LAKE CITY  — Utah Department of Health officials said four people in Utah have  become sick with hepatitis A after eating berries that have now been recalled.

The recalled berries are Townsend Farm’s Organic Antioxident Blend. The berries were sold at 10 Costco stores in Utah, but they have since been removed from shelves.

If you think you have eaten any of the recalled berries, call a doctor.

The four people who got sick have recovered. Hepatitis A impacts the liver.