California food company, Wawona Frozen Foods has voluntarily recalled year-old packages of its Organic DayBreak Blend distributed to Costco Wholesale stores in Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah and Washington from April 15, 2022 to June 26, 2022 because the DayBreak Blend includes organic
frozen strawberries grown in Mexico which may have the potential to be contaminated with Hepatitis A.
Wawona Frozen Foods is issuing this voluntary recall for the year-old Organic DayBreak Blend out of an abundance of caution. There have been no illnesses associated with this voluntary and precautionary recall.
While the Organic DayBreak Blend was distributed to Costco stores last year, they have “Use By” dates of 09/23/2023, 09/29/2023, 09/30/2023 and 10/18/2023 therefore consumers are urged to check their freezers for the recalled blend, not to consume it and either discard the product or return it to the store for a refund.
The year-old recalled Organic DayBreak Blend product is no longer available for purchase at Costco. Organic DayBreak Blend products on store shelves currently or that have different lot codes or purchase dates are not subject to this recall.
The recalled year-old DayBreak Blend packaging: 4 LB (1.81 KG)
The recalled year-old Organic DayBreak Blend includes these lot codes:
Wawona Frozen Foods is fully cooperating with federal health officials as well as Costco to ensure consumers are alerted about the recalled Organic DayBreak Blend distributed by Wawona Frozen Foods last year.
Consumers with further questions may contact Wawona Frozen Foods at www.wawona.com or call 1-866-534-9986 8am – 5pm Pacific, Monday through Friday.
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