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Dole and the Food and Drug Administration have announced a recall of blueberries due to potential parasite contamination.

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The FDA said that the recalled fruit could be contaminated with cyclospora, which could cause cyclosporiasis. The condition is an intestinal infection that could cause severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, body aches and fatigue.

It is treated with antibiotics.

The Dole Fresh Blueberries are in clamshell packaging with the following codes:

Size and UPC Date Lot Code
18 oz– 0 71430 01154 6 May 28, 2021

May 29, 2021

June 01, 2021

June 03, 2021

June 05, 2021

June 07, 2021

14632

14732

15032,15046

15232

15446,15432

15646,15648

Pint – 0 71430 01151 5 June 01, 2021

June 02, 2021

June 03, 2021

June 04, 2021

June 07, 2021

15032,15046

15132,15148,15146

15232

15332

15646,15648

6 oz – 07143001150 8 May 28, 2021

June 01, 2021

June 07, 2021

14632

15032,15046

15646,15648

24 oz – 071430011155 3 June 02, 2021

June 04, 2021

June 05, 2021

June 09, 2021

15132,15148,15146

15332

15446,15432

15848, 15846

No illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall.

The fruit was distributed in Illinois, Maine, New York and Wisconsin, as well as Alberta and British Columbia.

Only the blueberries with the exact UPC and lot numbers listed above are affected.

If you have the recalled blueberries, you’re advised to throw them out and not eat them.

If you have any questions, call Dole Consumer Center at 1-800-356-3111.